Tag Archives: miniature

More incredible dioramas by Japanese miniaturist Tatsuya Tanaka – a sample of over 2500 such models created on a daily basis for the last seven years.

Previously: Minor Characters


Behold the Toylander 1 – a kid-sized electric-engined replica 1948 Land Rover Series 1. Complete with working handbrake and horn, opening bonnet and tailgate, folding windscreen, customised reg plates, two batteries and two electric motors, the dinky Landy is good for speeds up to 8km/h.

Also available in DIY kit form.

Yours, from the UK based manufacturer for about €4,700.


The frankly astounding miniature model making superpowers of Taiwanese artist, Hank Cheng.

MORE: Taiwanese Artist Lives Large Dreams In Miniature Models (dyt)

New dioramas by Japanese art director Tatsuya Tanuka – part of a miniature calendar project that’s been running since 2011.

Previously: Daily Dramas


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Fancy a wee brew?

Behold: the world’s smallest cup of coffee, processed, charmingly, for Finnish coffee roaster Paulig from a single bean by Helsinki-based animator Lucas Zanotto.

More here.


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Australian artist Joshua Smith’s 1:20 scale reproductions of the grubby, characterful inner city architecture of Hong Kong, Sydney and Los Angeles. Each MDF card and plastic building takes several months to create.

Moe of his work here and here.


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The excruciatingly detailed miniature monochromes of the American urban midwest by freelance artist Taylor Mazer, who uses a fine Micron pen to reveal the architectural light and shade of otherwise nondescript alleys and shadowy streets.

More of his work here and here.