We’ve featured the work of the oh so creative Tatsuya Tanaka before and we’re happy to share more of his art with you in a time when we could all use a little cheer. Tatsuya is a master at taking your everyday objects and creating a whimsical miniature scene that we just can’t get over. Be it surgical masks that we all now know too well, the recently coveted roll of toilet paper or a hairbrush, an object that may be currently relegated to the bottom of your drawer, Tanaka creatively gives these objects a whole new life. His work is then placed into a “miniature calendar” collection depicting diorama style figures. Check out some of our recent favorites below and be sure to view the original post by our lovely contributor, Gisele Muller, here.
More ABOUT TATSUYA TANAKA
Miniature and resemblance artist. Born in Kumamoto Prefecture in 1981. In 2011, he began creating a “MINIATURE CALENDAR”, a form of art that sees him use alternative items to recreate everyday things in miniature form. Since then, he has been updating and uploading content to present online on a daily basis. His exhibition, “MINIATURE LIFE Exhibition: Tatsuya Tanaka’s World of Resemblance”, which is being held both domestically and internationally, has had a total of over 1,000,000 visitors (as of November 2019). As part of his main job, he designed the title sequence for the 2017 NHK serial TV drama, Hiyokko, and the movie used for the opening of the Nihonbashi Takashimaya S.C. department store. He currently has over 2,500,000 followers on Instagram (as of June 2020). Some of his works include “MINIATURE LIFE“, “MINIATURE LIFE 2“, “Small Wonders“, and “MINIATURE TRIP IN JAPAN“