Tree houses are fascinating structures. But who would have known that downsizing them would make them more fascinating? LA-based artist and potter, Jedediah Corwyn Voltz, creates miniature tree houses wrapped around potted plants and bonsai trees. As a former prop maker for movies, Voltz utilized his intricate craftsmanship and designing skills to handcraft these tiny structures.
Voltz uses wood and silk as the main materials in creating miniature tree houses. After cobbling the materials together, he accessorizes it with wooden furniture, art pieces, and decorative rugs. The result is a realistic, tiny tree house built around small common plants. If you look closely, you can even find surprising minuscule objects such as mini figures of residents and pint-sized plants. These miniature tree houses also feature mini tables and chairs as well as staircases and tire swing. In other words, every little detail from an actual tree house was elaborately copied into these miniature versions.
The miniature tree houses are part of a series called Somewhere Small which was featured in Virgil Normal in April 23, 2016. You can buy Voltz’s other miniature creations on his online shop. Or check out his other works on his Instagram page.
Voltz includes mini chair, table, staircase, rug carpets, and other pieces to give more life to these miniature tree houses