Per Tatsuya Tanaka l'immaginazione non ha limiti. L'artista giapponese riesce a vedere in oggetti comuni una storia, che mai avremmo pensato di trovarci. P

Fun Miniature Dioramas By Japanese Artist Who's Been Creating Them Every Day For 5 Years

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Amazing miniature art of Tanaka Tatsuya will be displayed below. The miniature art is simply cool, beautiful and eye-catching.

A castle made of whole-grain bread, a circus tent in dim-sum flavor… a visually playful print campaign by Ogilvy & Mather New York and production studio Ars Thanea for DuPont Nutrition & Health, which highlights ingredients (and more) that go inside various foods. “It’s not just the physical ingredients that make food taste better and last...

DuPont Shows Us Mysterious Doorways Into Foods

Clever ad imagines mini doorways to fascinating places installed on bread, cheese, and other foods - Lost At E Minor: For creative people



Tatsuya Tanaka is an art director, designer, and photographer from Japan. He has been creating miniature life scenes on a daily basis since 2011. | A Man Is Creating Miniature Art For Every Day Of The Year And It’s Amazing

A Man Is Creating Miniature Art For Every Day Of The Year And It’s Amazing

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Bigger doesn't always mean better, as Japanese artist Tatsuya Tanaka proves with these tiny dioramas that he makes for his ongoing Miniature Calendar project.

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This is an example of scale/proportion in the Principles of Design, the orange is an abnormal size in proportion to the people