Artist Akihiro Morohoshi Creates Dioramas on Ordinary Objects

By: Meghan Young - Aug 1, 2014
References: omorodesign & neatorama
It is hard not to fall in love with these mundane miniature worlds. The dioramas have been constructed right on top of various ordinary objects such as a cylindrical Pringles container, the face of a guitar and even inside a candy machine. Full of detail, the sculptures will inspire people to stretch their imaginations and creativity while viewing them.

Designed by Akihiro Morohoshi, a Japanese artist, the mundane miniature worlds not only encourage people to look at the objects around them with fresh eyes, but to also see if they can be used in alternative ways. Playful and modern, these mundane miniature worlds could easily be made as gifts to children or even diorama buffs. They are quite different from similar yet more typical sculptures, after all. The matchstick diorama is particularly small.