Tag: miniature

Everyday Miniature life

Everyday Miniature life

Photographer and art director Tatsuya Tanaka has a fascination with all things tiny and has an uncanny ability to repurpose everyday objects as set pieces or tools for the inhabitants of his miniature world. For his project Miniature Calendar, Tanaka...

Incredible Miniature Food Sculptures

Incredible Miniature Food Sculptures

Tel Aviv-based artist Shay Aaron constructs incredible miniaturized food sculptures at 1:12 scale that look almost completely edible. You can see hundreds more photos on Flickr and he also makes miniature food jewelry which is available over on Etsy. [ via ] Don’t forget to...

Lorraine House | Getaway

Lorraine House | Getaway

For those of you who like tiny houses like this one and adventurous retreats, check out Harvard student startup Getaway, and their teeny tiny houses like this one, named Lorraine, after the beloved grandmother of one of the company’s founders. If you’re...

Miniature Calendar | Tatsuya Tanaka

Miniature Calendar | Tatsuya Tanaka

You can’t help but smile at miniature people interacting with the real human world. Miniature Calendar is a project by Japanese photographer and art director Tatsuya Tanaka, and as the title suggests, involves one image every day which all come...

Miniature Meals | Shay Aaron

Miniature Meals | Shay Aaron

When you see Shay Aaron’s teeny, tiny creations, the first thing to run through your mind is just… “How?”. The Israel-based miniaturist creates miniature food, including donuts and vegetables, but even expanding to full meals like a barbecue lunch with meat...

MÖKKI Pot | PECA

MÖKKI Pot | PECA

MÖKKI is the cutest little planter/lamp I’ve ever seen. Designed by Mexican design studio PECA, the hybrid tabletop piece would make an impressive centerpiece or coffee table conversation piece. The main shape is similar to that of a house surrounded...

Office Life | Small People

Office Life | Small People

After the huge success of ” Small People in a Big World “,  today we offer the same kind of project but set in the office. Nice and funny scenes that German photographer  Bettina Güber has managed to convey making us dream...

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