Tomo Tanaka is an artist from Japan, who used to collect miniatures as a kid.
“I would go away with my parents and wherever we traveled there seemed to be a store that sold tiny objects. Back then they were mostly for dollhouses but I acquired these curiosities so I could display them on my desk. I thought it was cool that someone could actually make something that small. I remember some of the items in my collection included miniature coca cola bottles, tiny animals (mainly cats) and food such as jelly apples and cakes.” Tomo
Using clay and epoxy, the artist has created everything from high-end Parisian treats to thin crust pizzas and fries. Tomo’s work is incredibly realistic, taking food photography to a new level and undoubtedly making a number of caterers envious. His unique expertise and talent has led to two published books and he even teaches courses on the subject!
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