The Most Iconic Photos in History Recreated as Detailed Miniatures

By Omar Kardoudi on at

Swiss photographers Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger have a really cool project called Iconen (Icons) where they make detailed scale miniatures to recreate history's most famous photos.

Concorde - by Toshihiko Sato, 2000

The most iconic photos in history recreated as detailed miniatures

The most iconic photos in history recreated as detailed miniatures

AS11-40-5878 - by Edwin Aldrin, 1969

The most iconic photos in history recreated as detailed miniatures

The most iconic photos in history recreated as detailed miniatures

The Hindenburg Disaster - by Sam Shere, 1937

The most iconic photos in history recreated as detailed miniatures

The most iconic photos in history recreated as detailed miniatures

Nessie - by Marmaduke Wetherell, 1934

The most iconic photos in history recreated as detailed miniatures

The most iconic photos in history recreated as detailed miniatures

Tiananmen - by Stuart Franklin, 1989

The most iconic photos in history recreated as detailed miniatures

The most iconic photos in history recreated as detailed miniatures

9/11 - by Sean Adair, 2001

The most iconic photos in history recreated as detailed miniatures

The most iconic photos in history recreated as detailed miniatures

The Wright Brothers - by John Thomas Daniels, 1903

The most iconic photos in history recreated as detailed miniatures

The most iconic photos in history recreated as detailed miniatures

Adrian Sonderegger and Jojakim Cortis are a photographer duo based in Adliswil, Switzerland. You can see more of their work on their website.


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