Realistic Diorama by Eddie Putera

Artist Recreate Childhood Memories Through Mind-blowing Dioramas

Eddie Putera is a Malaysian artist with a knack for creating super realistic dioramas of his childhood memories. Scenes like tattered shop houses, complete with fruits store and a person repairing air conditioner, a K-bike parked idly on broken planks besides a tree and a run-down shed, and more were vividly recreated. Rapid urbanization may have taken away those good old scenes, but they are very much alive through Eddie Putera’s magical hands.

Realistic Diorama by Eddie Putera

Non-fiction scenes are not the only dioramas Eddie has created. He also make commissioned pieces of fictional and unique scenes for a fee. Immortalizing memories have never been this cool. Sure, you could rely on faded photos to remind you of the good old days, but if you ask me, there’s nothing like turning those memories into 3D objects. Three dimensional is always better than 2D. Except for TVs. 3D for TV is bad, plus on TV, you can go around and look at the object from the back, but with dioramas, you can totally do that.

Realistic Diorama by Eddie Putera

If you appreciate what Putera has done, you may be interested in procuring one or some of his works. From the current limited pieces, you are looking at stickers of $150 or more. If you are looking to turn your memories, fictional or non-fictional, into a diorama, then be prepared to shell out at least $300. It is not cheap, but I think it should be well worth it. Imagine seeing your childhood’s place being brought to life in 3D. Surely beats those old, yellowed photos that I have. But if appreciation is all you want, then be sure to hit up Eddie Putera’s Instagram page to view more of his works.

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