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Miniature Artist Uses Everyday Objects and Transforms Them Into Something Completely Different

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Tatsuya Tanaka is a miniature artist, whose work is very simple to describe, but very hard to accomplish. He takes small miniatures of people and inserts them around and between real objects in a way that creates a completely different narrative about them from the one we were used to. Tatsuya doesn’t see anything for what it really is, but for what it resembles and that’s how he manages to create his own unique narratives. To him, broccoli isn’t just to eat, but also a forest of blooming trees hiding all kinds of secrets.

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Chicken adventure

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Mario’s newest adventures

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The melon bridge

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The waffle school

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A diaper wave

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Golfing on a cabbage

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Toasted bread and mini sausages.

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Pancake sumos

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Taking a rice bath

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Mountain watching

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Get ready for takeoff

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A desert made of chips

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Tatsuya already has 1.4 million followers on Instagram, proving how popular this type of art is and how it makes people view differently certain foods and completely decompose them.

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