Cool nail art from Flickr photographer Alice Bartlett - Beauty - Stylist Magazine

  • The coolest nail art ever?
  • The coolest nail art ever?

The coolest nail art ever?

Mini park scenes on fingernails

We're always on the lookout for amazing nail art, and so were suitably impressed when we saw these brilliant nail scenes pop up on the Innocent Drinks Facebook page.

Given the apt title The World at Your Fingertips, the nail art originated from the Flickr photo-stream of photographer Alice Bartlett, who came up with the concept after covering her nails with textured green flocking.

A leap of the imagination, and a trip to a toy model shop, later and Alice added tiny figures to create a handful of these quirky miniature park scenes.

If you like Alice's handiwork as much as us, check out the other photos on her Flickr page at flickr.com/photos/alicebartlett

What do you think? Is this the coolest nail art ever? Tell us your thoughts on Twitter or in the comments section below

Image credit: Alice Bartlett

Tags: Beauty, nail art

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