The Japanese have been making origami sculptures of dragons for thousands of years - but they're never normally this small.
These miniatures are so tiny they can fit on a fingertip and they take days to make using a toothpick and paper no bigger than an inch wide.
Artist Anja Markiewicz spends days working on some of her remarkable sculptures, taking a break every two hours to keep up her concentration levels.
Artist Anja Markiewicz creates her mini-sculptures, such as this dragon, using a toothpick and inch-wide paper
The 24-year-old has created around 500 of the pieces and sells them for around £10 each on her website.
Anja had the idea five years ago after she made an origami ship with foil from a chocolate wrapper while bored at college.
She said: 'After I finished eating the chocolate, I started to fold the wrapper and ended up with a tiny ship.
Anja's favourite sculpture is this yellow ball, which takes 10 hours to make
This snowflake required the most paper to create - a mere 38mm square
Anja stumbled on her art while playing with a chocolate wrapper while bored at college
'I cut the paper to make it smaller and was still able to fold a ship - my friend gave it a go but couldn't do it.
'On the way home I bought some very thin paper from a craft shop and spent hours making more sculptures.
'It was very pleasing to me. I created more figures, using a toothpick for the really intricate parts.
'My favourite is the origami ball, because that took me the most effort.
'All in all, it was about ten hours, and I had to take breaks because it's tiring.
'I also like the rat, as it's quite a famous design in origami art but I have taken it down to a minuscule level.'
Anja, from Potsdam, near Berlin, Germany, added: 'Some pieces I can do in as little as five minutes and I love selling my work online.
'It gives me great satisfaction to know that people are buying my art and enjoying it.'
Anja sells sculptures, including this beetle, for £10 a time