Diorama artist creates miniature worlds from everyday objects

Akihiro Morohoshi miniature worlds
Akihiro Morohoshi miniature worldsAkihiro Morohoshi miniature worlds

 

Making simple train replicas was not enough for Japan-based model artist Akihiro Morohoshi. After years making railway dioramas, he chose to give a twist to the traditional miniature models by embedding them into everyday objects. His series of works give birth to imaginary worlds that live on top of boxes of Pringles chips, electric guitars or inside vending machines.

To make the scenes look good as a whole, Morohoshi had to pay attention to every minute details of his pieces: from the custom-made signs and vehicles, to the weathering of each object to make them look lifelike.


Akihiro Morohoshi miniature worlds
Akihiro Morohoshi miniature worlds
Akihiro Morohoshi miniature worlds

Akihiro Morohoshi miniature worlds

Akihiro Morohoshi miniature worlds

Akihiro Morohoshi miniature worlds

Akihiro Morohoshi miniature worlds

Akihiro Morohoshi miniature worlds

Akihiro Morohoshi miniature worlds

All the images are from O.MORO Design, Omoroshi’s own studio. You can have a look at his website where he displays more miniature worlds and offers his services to create custom-made dioramas.

 

1 Comment

  1. Kawaii!! Sugoku!! Daisuki!!
    Awesome, as always. Big fan.

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