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.
Promising review: "This is one of the best purchases I’ve made! I love how small it is, the flash is super intense and there’s a mirror by the lens for selfies. This would make a great gift for anyone! Make sure to get them some film too!" —Ellie LaRuePrice: $62.53+ (available in five colors and with or without film)
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!