This Artist Makes Mini Scenes for a Calander Project

By: Christopher Magsambol - Sep 26, 2015
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As part of his 'Miniature Calendar' project, Tatsuya Tanaka has been creating miniature dioramas using everyday objects like food, utensils and screws.

Tanaka uses extremely small figures and places them intricately to create the scale and feel of a real situation. By carefully picking and choosing where to place the miniature scenes, Tanaka is able to make ordinary things like beer foam and ice cream look like snow and mountains.

Posting these photos began as a way for Tanaka to showcase his large collection of miniature diorama dolls, but after an Instagram comment asked him create the scenes more frequently, Tanaka soon followed suit. In describing the collection, Tanaka's believes that transforming ordinary things can become fun when imagined in a different way.