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Photographers Create the Tiniest of Dramas on Your Dinner | Raw File | Wired.com

Skiing on meringues (with miniature skiers). Original author and artists Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida (MINIMIAM).

Miniature Calendar by Tanaka Tatsuya

Miniature Calendar by Tanaka Tatsuya

Miniature Calendar, Outdoor Wall Art, Outdoor Walls, 2d Art, New Ideas, Miniatures, Wine Cork Holder, Beer Caps, Etchings

Photographers, Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida, Create the Tiniest of Dramas on Your Dinner.

Photographers Create the Tiniest of Dramas on Your Dinner

Photographers, Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida, Create the Tiniest of Dramas on Your

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

Items similar to Miniature Diorama Photograph, Chocolate Construction, Construction Worker, on Etsy

Photographers Create the Tiniest of Dramas on Your Dinner | Raw File | Wired.com

Photographers Create the Tiniest of Dramas on Your Dinner

Pomegranate war zone with miniature soldiers. This battle scene looks great. I love the smoke effects for this work of food art. Original author and artists Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida (MINIMIAM).

MINIATURE CALENDAR

MINIATURE CALENDAR

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日本のアーティストが制作した「ミニチュアカレンダー」。クオリティが高すぎる!

Tatsuya Tanaka has been modeling artistic and playful miniature dioramas since "Miniature calendar”, a project in which he created a project in which he created a pocket-sized scene of everyday life, on a daily

Art you can eat by Akiki Ida and Pierre Javelle: Sweet-green

Art you can eat by Akiko Ida and Pierre Javelle

Tiny People’s Adventures In The World of Food. Photographers Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida have created a series of humorous dioramas that depict miniature

Miniature photography; the creative genius (not to mention the technical skill) behind these kinds of images is awesome and intriguing to me!

Miniature photography; the creative genius (not to mention the technical skill) behind these kinds of images is awesome and intriguing to me!

Art director and designer Tanaka Tatsuya draws from that as he puts together his project, Miniature Calendar.

pierre javelle and akiko ida - Pesquisa Google

They're apparently from a Franco-Japanese team, and appear to be titled "Mini-Miam"

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