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Tomo Tanaka's Miniature Creations Look Good Enough to Eat

 - Mar 24, 2015
References: geocities.jp & spoon-tamago
Tomo Tanaka is a Japanese artist who creates miniature food replicas that will blow you away. The ultra-realistic creations range from ramen noodle bowls and French croissants to branded burgers and even micro french fry snacks.

In addition to his micro food replicas, Tomo Tanaka also creates mini sculptures of traditional household items like mugs, ceramic tea sets and even electronics like iPhones and earbuds.

Made at 1/12th of their original scale, these striking and incredibly detailed miniatures are crafted out of clay and epoxy materials. The are also hand-painted to appeal life-like and feature a hand in each photograph to illustrate how small they really are in conjunction to the size of a human.