This photographer creates strange miniature worlds from figurines and everyday objects [NSFW]

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I’m one of those people who often complain that growing up sucks. Maybe that’s why I’m so enchanted by toy photography, and Péter Csákvári is one of the photographers whose work I really love. It combines the adult world and subjects with tiny figurines and toys. We presented his current project Tiny wasteland a few months ago, and now he’s bringing a new series of his quirky miniature worlds.

Péter uses mini figures to create dioramas and combines them with everyday objects to create strange imaginary situations. Although he plays with toys, his ideas are not something an average child would think of. Some of his photos are hilarious, but others explore dark and disturbing subjects like death or murder.

As Péter told us before, the idea for this project came about when he was living in Herm, a small island in the English Channel. The weather was terrible to go out. In order to overcome boredom at home, he began to “play with toys” and film them. And so, the project was born.

As for the equipment, Péter uses a Nikon D750 and a Nikkor 105mm f/2.8 macro lens. As for the lighting, it uses two flashes with softboxes. Before you scroll down to see the photos, I must warn you that they contain nudity (although it is toy nudity). And now, discover the photos of Péter’s latest series:

As before, I appreciated Péter’s ideas and the resulting photos. It’s like a reminder that you can, in a way, be an adult and a child at the same time. If you also liked this project, you can follow it on Instagram or 500px and like its Facebook page.

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