"It would be much more fun if people can enjoy art anywhere, without having to visit museums." is the aim of Tatsuya Tanaka, the man who sees art in superhuman fashion. The Japanese is an artist and a photographer, popularly known for his work "miniature photography". As the beauty of art relies on authenticity and intent, the world marveled at his genius idea of creating daily life scenes from miniatures.
Born in 1981, Tanaka stayed in Japan for his education, graduating as an art major from the university. He then became an art director for a design company, and that was the beginning of something unique in the world. Apparently, he became popular after he posted some of his unique photographs online. Who would not fall in love with such an artistry ingenuity?
Presenting human normal routines with plastics, foodstuffs, nose masks, tiny materials, has given a new touch to the photography industry and smiles to several fans online.
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