Small Calendar is an incredibly continuous project by Japanese artist Tatsuya Tanaka. Using ordinary household items such as food, clothing, stationery, electronics, and masks, everyday life consists of beautiful little dioramas.
Tanaka started creating this diorama in 2011 with the aim of showing everyday scenes in a fun, unique way and adding a little fun to everyday life. Since then, he has continued to update his content daily, displaying scenes related to seasonal and world events. His exhibitions in Japan and other countries have so far attracted over 1.5 million visitors. Below are some of his best creations.

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