Well by Tatsuya Tanaka

Bigger doesn't always mean better, as Japanese artist Tatsuya Tanaka proves with these tiny dioramas that he makes for his ongoing Miniature Calendar project.

Broccoli as a structural support for an eco-chic treehouse, Brock Davis (2010)

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Broccoli House by artist and musician Brock Davis. The house is made out of broccoli, balsa wood, a craft knife and glue. He says, “I couldn’t build a tree house for my son so I built him a broccoli.

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A miniature model representation of a space shuttle lift off ( sadly no more real launches appear possible due to gargantuan NASA austerity cuts !

Coke Pool. miniature photography - incredibly enchanting and surreal worlds made of little people - It's a small world afterall! Creative macro lens photography

miniature photography - incredibly enchanting and surreal worlds made of little people - It's a small world afterall!

Miniature Calendar by Tanaka Tatsuya

Miniature Calendar by Tanaka Tatsuya

PHOTOGRAPHY : MINATURE SCENES / MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY / TANAKA TATSUYA / DIORAMAMore At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest‍♀️

PHOTOGRAPHY : MINATURE SCENES / MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY / TANAKA TATSUYA / DIORAMAMore At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest‍♀️

2015.9.12(土)/ビール冷えてます。

Tatsuya Tanaka is an art director and miniature photographer based in Kagoshima, Japan, and he's als.

Nouvelles Miniatures quotidiennes de Tatsuya Tanaka (2)

Nouvelles Miniatures quotidiennes de Tatsuya Tanaka

Japanese art director Tatsuya Tanaka (previously) continues to entertain us with his ongoing miniature photo project, now stretching into its fifth year.

Since 2011, Tatsuya Tanaka has been creating creative and playful miniature dioramas. Not only has he not shown any sign of stopping since we last wrote about him, but he seems to be getting better and better!

Japanese Artist Creates Fun Miniature Dioramas Every Day For 5 Years

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