Every day since 2011 Japanese artist creates miniature dioramas without slowing down


Four years ago, 2011, Japanese artist Tatsuya Tanaka has been creating miniature work every day. Books, clothes, potato, a broccoli branch, bread, noodle, foods and everyday objects are all his source of creation. Tatsuya Tanaka works and collects the images in a calendar every day, “I want to see the miniature calendar everyday‘,” the artist said, “So, while I answered by posting something daily, the thought of the project was too good for me to quit.”

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