If you love action figures and medieval insanity (and who doesn’t?), you need to make room in your display cabinets for these incredible recreations of figures from the paintings of 15th century artist Hieronymus Bosch. A famous late Medieval painter, Bosch’s work focused entirely on Christian themes, often depicting heaven and hell in imaginatively lurid detail.
These delightfully demonic figurines are the creation of Parastone, a company in the Netherlands that specialises in 3-D recreations of classic paintings. They sell their wares in museum stores and Amazon. Bosch’s work is perfect for them, not only because he hails from the place where they work, but also because his paintings are full of tiny details. Every person and beast in a Bosch canvas is so well-rendered that their diminutive contortions hold up to intense scrutiny. Most of these characters are taken from Bosch’s triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights, but there are a few from elsewhere. (There’s a great interactive tour of The Garden of Earthly Delights here, complete with helpful commentary on many of the images.)