I quit my job as a corporate lawyer two years ago to make tiny furniture and study architecture full time. I love architectural history and conservation, so I take most of the inspiration for my tiny creations from 19th century pattern books and historical texts. Follow your dreams!
Prepare to be amazed by the miniature world of Tomo Tanaka, a Japanese artist who has been making 1/12 or even 1/24 scale models for over a decade. Using materials like clay and epoxy, Tanaka meticulously crafts highly detailed miniature versions of common household items, including delicious-looking meals that are small enough to fit on fingertips.
If you're a regular Bored Panda reader, you've probably seen one of our pieces on bad design. (If not, you can go through a crash course here, here, and here). It's actually one of our favorite topics.