Tiny world

Step into a magical world of miniatures and discover top ideas and inspiration for creating your very own tiny world. Let your imagination run wild and bring a touch of whimsy to your space.
Tatsuya Tanaka Continues Building Tiny Worlds in his Daily Miniature Calendar Photo Project | Colossal Design, Ideas, Instagram, Fotos, Mini, Minis, Resim, Fotografia, Creative

Since April 2011, art director and photographer Tatsuya Tanaka’s imagination has built a magnificent number of miniature worlds (previously here and here). Through the artist’s clever lens, everyday activities like construction work, walking the dog, getting a parking ticket, and plowing through a blizzard become delight-inducing scenarios. Tanaka also plays with pop culture references, building staple skyscrapers for Godzilla to prowl. You can see more from Tanaka’s ongoing Miniature…

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吴爽
Design, Miniature, Fotos, Mini, Creative, Fotografie, Illustration Character Design, Fun, Kunst

Japanese artist Tatsuya Tanaka stands out with his playful tiny dioramas. He creates miniatures out of ordinary everyday items, giving them a new meaning. Here sugar cubes, plastic bags, and cups, among other items, become icy mountains, mysterious sculptures and many other things you can imagine.

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Françoise Brunet
Miniature, Christmas Cookies Packaging, Miniature Calendar, Funny Lockscreen, Giant Animals, Miniature Photography, Different Kinds Of Art, Small Wonder, Kawaii Doodles

Japanese artist Tatsuya Tanaka stands out with his playful tiny dioramas. He creates miniatures out of ordinary everyday items, giving them a new meaning. Here sugar cubes, plastic bags, and cups, among other items, become icy mountains, mysterious sculptures and many other things you can imagine.

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Eunice Gerhards Macieira
Meet The Small And Creative World Of Artist Tatsuya Tanaka (New Pics) Gadgets, Miniature, Lego City, Gadget, Toys Photography, Creative Ads, Miniature Photography, Mini Things, Diorama

Artist Tatsuya Tanaka continues to amaze with his playful and creative tiny dioramas and we, of course, cannot miss out on sharing his new creations. Since the last article on Bored Panda, the artist has made a lot more fun miniatures using all kinds of everyday items and we love them!

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Anita Kiss
Miniature, Smartphone, Pixel Art, Kumamoto, Street Art, Broken Screen, Surreal Scenes, Colossal Art, Miniature Photography

Tatsuya Tanaka’s photographs combines normal objects and tiny figures to craft surreal scenes. A phone becomes a fishing hole; a whistle becomes a slide. In each of these daily works, the artist uses scale and humor to make us re-examine the items we use each day. The blissful creations are part of an ongoing, daily project. An enormous catalog of these scenes goes back to April of 2011.

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Jirat Taechapornanan
Miniature, Legos, Art, Mini, Kunst, Dekorasyon, Fotografie, Japanese Artists, Little People

Japanese artist Tatsuya Tanaka stands out with his playful tiny dioramas. He creates miniatures out of ordinary everyday items, giving them a new meaning. Here sugar cubes, plastic bags, and cups, among other items, become icy mountains, mysterious sculptures and many other things you can imagine.

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Carol Schroeder / Orange Tree Imports
Miniature, Design, Art Projects, Photography Artistique, Photo Projects, Cool Art Projects, Miniature Photography, Creative Artwork, Cool Art

Since April 2011, art director and photographer Tatsuya Tanaka’s imagination has built a magnificent number of miniature worlds (previously here and here). Through the artist’s clever lens, everyday activities like construction work, walking the dog, getting a parking ticket, and plowing through a blizzard become delight-inducing scenarios. Tanaka also plays with pop culture references, building staple skyscrapers for Godzilla to prowl. You can see more from Tanaka’s ongoing Miniature…

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Julie Roberts