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What would you do with a swimming pool filled with tea? The tea is Nourishing Sencha from Teanobi. The models are HO scale. I was going for something playful and whimsical.

Miniature faking, also known as diorama effect or diorama illusion, is a process in which a photograph of a life-size location or object is.

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A Man Is Creating Miniature Art For Every Day Of The Year And It’s Amazing!

Miniature calendar: Making small things look big

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Miniature Diorama Photograph, Chocolate Construction, Construction Worker, 8x10 on Etsy, $10.00
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diorama tiny people (World of Reverie – Pictures of Tiny People by Renee East)

California photographer Renee East takes beautiful pictures of flowers and animals, but she also focuses on something more fanciful: tiny people. Her miniature dioramas are heart-warming and creative, made often with household items like candy or buttons.

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Is that a jackhammer on a Ferrero Rocher?

Miniature Diorama Photograph, Chocolate Construction, Construction Worker, 8x10 on Etsy, $10.00

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This Photographer Creates a Miniature Diorama Every Day
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The actual sized AntMan tho!

This Photographer Creates a Miniature Diorama Every Day

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PHOTOGRAPHY : MINATURE SCENES / MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY / TANAKA TATSUYA / DIORAMAMore At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest‍♀️

PHOTOGRAPHY : MINATURE SCENES / MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY / TANAKA TATSUYA / DIORAMAMore At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest‍♀️

Sailing, Miniature Calendar by Tatsuya Tanaka

Bigger doesn't always mean better, as Japanese artist Tatsuya Tanaka proves with these tiny dioramas that he makes for his ongoing Miniature Calendar project.

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Para despedir esta semana que hemos dedicado a las frutas desecadas de forma sana (y siempre con algo de humor) os revelamos... ¡El verdadero secreto de las pasas! Feliz viernes a tod@s. #foodart #pasas #borges #cocinamediterranea

"How Grapes Are Made" by Minimiam, the artistic collaboration between Akiko Ida and Pierre Javelle. Minimiam imagines tiny worlds in every bite of food, populated by miniature residents. First seen on AnOther Magazine.

What I️ feel like I’m doing when I️ peel eggs...

This Micro photograph was taken by Slinkachu, I think this photograph shows that we are making new things everyday and I like this photograph because I think it was very clever how he made it look like they were chipping off the shell of the egg because h

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Bigger doesn't always mean better, as Japanese artist Tatsuya Tanaka proves with these tiny dioramas that he makes for his ongoing Miniature Calendar project.

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