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This Miniature Calendar Created By A Japanese Artist Is Everything You Need To See Today

This Miniature Calendar Created By A Japanese Artist Is Everything You Need To See Today

A miniature Japanese calendar you never thought you needed has arrived. A Japanese artist created, for the last 5 years, micro images of the world using objects the rest of us would cast aside or overlook and photographed them. All the photographs are now being used for a calendar entitled "The Miniature Calendar". The artist is Tatsuya Tanaka and here's what they had to say about their creations: "Everyone must have had similar thoughts at least once... Everyday occurrences seen from a pygmy perspective can bring us lots of fun thoughts". Sometimes the smallest things can have the biggest impression. Here is some of Tatsuya's work:

1). "Rainbow"

2). "Mouse Attack"

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3)."Sakura Boat"

4). "Operating Room"

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5). "Bread Climbing"

6). "Sale"

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7). "Radish"

8). "Tennis"

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9). "Dangerous Stairs"

Is anyone else dying to try this at home? Where can we get one? C'mon Easons jump on the band wagon! Follow Tatsuya's Instagram @tanaka_tatsuya.

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