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15 Whimsical Mini Dioramas That Capture The Magic Of Everyday Life

tiny doll using pringle as an ironing board next to a face mask pull full of divers

Japanese artist Tatsuya Tanaka sees the world just a little bit differently.

Since 2011, Tatsuya has been creating a Miniature Calendar full of tiny works of diorama art. They’re made out of everyday objects like food, fabric, electronics, and even face masks. He has added to his collection almost every day for over a decade, and his masterpieces have attracted more than 3 million fans online.

1. Over 1.5 million people have visited Tatsuya’s art exhibits in the U.S. and overseas.

2. This one is called “Yarn Bakery.”

3. “Soy Spring.”

4. “Tokyo 2020.”

5. “Home Sweet Home.”

6. “Ironing Chips.”

7. “Stationery Library.”

8. “Top of The Laptop.”

9. In honor of Star Wars Day.

10. “Gondola Rides.”

11. “Smell Fishing.”

12. “Bro-tree Town.”

13. “Bread Piano.”

14. “Tea Time? Bath Time?”

15. “Hot Sports.”

What a creative eye! Tatsuya Tanaka has a knack for turning everyday objects into tiny works of art, and we’re here for it.

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