Tanaka Tatsuya Transforms Mundane Objects Into Fantastic Miniature Worlds

Tanaka Tatsuya Transforms Mundane Objects Into Fantastic Miniature Worlds

This Artist Creates Mini Dioramas With Ordinary Objects Every Single Day Of The…

The Earth is Sweet Tatsuya Tanaka

Japanese art director Tatsuya Tanaka, who we've featured previously here on BlazePress continues to create fun miniature dioramas using everyday objects as part

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

The Little People Project

This Artist Creates Mini Dioramas With Ordinary Objects Every Single Day Of The…

Apollo

Miniature Calendar is a project Tanaka Tatsuya started in 2011 and has been ongoing ever since. To this day she updates the calendar daily with new witty scenes

Food Rocket Exploring Moon And Stars Food Physics, by Paul Ge

Tiny People Big World Greeting Cards - Food rocket exploring moon and stars food physics Greeting Card by Paul Ge

Meteorite

As a child we& constantly reminded not to play with our food. Well, unless you can create beautiful works of art like this artist.

Le Monde Magazine - Akiko & Pierre

Le Monde Magazine - Akiko & Pierre

Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida

Color Matching Food Photography

French photographers Akiko Ida and Pierre Javelle have poured into their series MINIMIAM.

Miniature Worlds in Food Art

One small step for parmesan: Italian 'food artists' Antonio Magliocchetti and Stefano Adorinni have created more than 130 photos of a miniature world using everyday objects - often from their kitchens

Moon landing.

Go Where Raisins Swell Into Grapes, And Lemons Light The Sky

Courtesy of Pierre Javelle & Akiko Ida The Moon, it turns out, is not made of cheese. It's made of cinnamon (or maybe cocoa):

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