Have you ever imagined broccoli as little trees or leaves on water as boats? While these images stay in our imagination, artist Tatsuya Tanaka doesn’t let these sights stay in his head. He decided to create and photograph miniature worlds and even upload one picture every day to his site, called "Miniature Calendar." Tatsuya hardly misses a day and updates his site regularly, and before you are 21 of his most beautiful and impressive works. At the end, you’ll see a short video describing his work.
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Mowing his spongey-grass lawn
An oasis within makeup
Could this be a Japanese city?
Who knew that all you need for a kitchen were a few rows of staples?
Playing tennis in a notebook stadium
They’re also great for swimming competitions
The Hard-boiled Eggs Band
Tambourine or Ferris Wheel?
The researchers believe these clips are dinosaur bones
Great view of the distant remote-control city - you can also see the microphone skyscraper
A roller coaster made from film
They probably won’t find water in this well...
Look at what you can do with a hole puncher and colorful sticky notes
No one needs tape in this office
Planting in Lego planters
Railway station in a binder
A Slipper car tunnel
The most delicious ski mountain in the world
Surfing the waves of the denim sea
Disco party in a makeup pallet
Check out the following video to see the artist at work:
image source: miniature-calendar