Tanaka Tatsuya's Miniature Dioramas are Created for Every Day of the Year

By: Jana Pijak - Oct 3, 2014
References: miniature-calendar & spoon-tamago
Artist Tanaka Tatsuya creates miniature dioramas out of mundane objects that one would find dispersed around their home. His 'Miniature Calendar' project transforms objects like toilet paper rolls, rulers and spoons into waterfalls, waves and steep ski hills.

His dynamic sculptures are intricately constructed and are even made with fruit or vegetables that become trees and other objects within the artist's microscopic worlds. Illustrating imagination, the pieces catch one's eye and challenge perceptive notions.

Tanaka Tatsuya's miniature dioramas are designed for every day of the calendar year and are uploaded to his Instagram account daily. The masterpieces are already a hit on social media sites and are inspiring others to find beauty in objects that would otherwise seem dull or mundane.