Tatsuya Tanaka

It's been awhile since we last featured miniature diorama master Tatsuya Tanaka. I was so relieved to see that he's continued his Miniature Calendar series, which he first began in 2011. Tatsuya is a master at turning everyday objects, like pasta, phones, fruit and shoes, into the foundation of his miniature worlds. In the midst of the pandemic, however, he's incorporated masks, thermometers and toilet paper. These all-too-familiar objects have been transformed into swimming pools, laundry machines and ski slopes! Tatsuya's ingenious creativity is the kind of delightful levity we need . . .

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7 Comments

  1. Claudia wrote:

    Wow! Thanks for starting my day with a smile! So imaginative!

    1.20.21
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  2. Maria wrote:

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    1.27.21
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  3. So lovely character they are. I <3 your art!

    1.28.21
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  4. Roxiphi wrote:

    Very cool! But sadly, the surgical masks being used as the ocean, is kind of foreshadowing what will happen post-pandemic given the massive waste results of PPE usage.

    2.2.21
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  5. fajartoto wrote:

    very nice article many thank

    2.4.21
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  6. Hyemin wrote:

    Lovely. Speechless

    2.23.21
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    8.16.21
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