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Against a tasty backdrop of pastries, fruit, and vegetables, photographers Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida have created a series of humorous dioramas that depict miniature people going about their daily lives in an edible world.  See more at their website Minimiam ~    #photography

Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida: what attracts me to these pieces is how blase these people look in this completely obscure environment

Miniature Photography: Terminator No EXIF

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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Vintage Volkswagen Bus toy, how delightful! For the vintage VW lovers. Surprise them with a little fragrance spritz into the toy and watch their amazement when they open it!

Slinkachu: Miniature Artist Builds Global Model Village

New Miniature Scenes By Slinkachu Andipa Gallery in London is showing the latest print release from “little people” artist Slinkachu. Crowds were asked to track down these installations and so they scoured the streets looking for Slinkachu's works in pub

日常で目にするありとあらゆるアイテムを使ってミニチュアの世界を作る田中達也 (@tanaka_tatsuya) さんカレンダー形式で毎日欠かさずInstagramに作品をシェアしているこちらの作品で表現するのはたくさんの個性が集まり彩りを生み出すInstagramコミュニティ視点を変えることで身近にあるものが違うものに見えてくる面白さを知ってもらいたいですまたそれを知ってもらうことで日常が少しでも楽しくなればいいなと思いますカラフルなまち針を風船に見立てるという常識にとらわれない発想とひらめきもまた彼ならではの個性でありそれを見る人々の生活に彩りを添えている #myinstagramlogo  Photo by @tanaka_tatsuya by instagramjapan

Japanese artist Tatsuya Tanaka has been creating tiny dioramas every day since 2011 that are part of his ongoing Miniature Calendar project: 'Everyone must have had similar thoughts at least once. Broccoli and parsley might sometimes look.