Miniature Dioramas by Satoshi Araki

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Tokyo based artist Satoshi Araki creates miniature dioramas of chaotic cityscapes that are the result of urban decay or warfare, with amazing detail. Araki’s work is based on images he found on the Internet, explaining how he uses Google image search to look for images from the “Iraq war” and “Iraq ruins”. Araki uses Styrofoam board which he cuts, paints and glues them together to create the scene and populates them with plastic models of cars and scooters.

More miniature diorama artists to watch out for: Benjamin Affagard, Matthew Albanese, Frank Kunert, Thomas Doyle, Lori Nix, Alan Wolfson and more.

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via Spoon and Tamago

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2 comments:

  1. These are incredible. The Angkor Wat one is my favorite.

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  2. Wow great work master!!! Incredible lot of details.Your work is simply fantastic I really very like.Compliments!!!!

    Best Regards Luigi

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