Miniature dioramas are typically much smaller, and use scale models and landscaping to create historical or fictional scenes.
Tatsuya Tanaka from Japan , a Photographer and art director has a passion for miniature dioramas. Tanaka has been stretching his imagination to its limits nearly every day since last four years. A iPhone cable becomes the vacuum cleaner, a broccoli is suddenly a Tree with kids enjoying there swing, and the CD drive become the sumo wrestling ring race. Individually, the photos might invoke a smile or chuckle as you get the joke, but when viewed collectively they morph into a fascinating study on Tanaka’s breadth of creativity.
He calls his collection a “MINIATURE-CALENDAR” and posts its everyday on Instagram.