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Japanese Artist Makes Really Tiny Things

by Shane McGlaun
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A Japanese artist named Tomo Tanaka creates tiny works of art that are based on things you might see in everyday life. The scale he works on is 1/12 to 1/24, which is really tiny when you are talking about items that aren’t that large in full size.

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Tanaka has made things like samurai swords, cookware, and even tiny macarons. At least I think those pink and green things on his finger are macarons. The tools he uses to make his miniature creations are things like tweezers and x-acto knives.

Making the tiny items can take weeks. I certainly wouldn’t have the patience for making something so small and detailed. One of my favorite creations is the bow and arrows in the video, check it out to see more of his amazing creations, then head over to his Instagram page or scroll down for even more.

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[via Kotaku]

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