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Feeling Uninspired? These Imaginative Photos of Everyday Objects Might Help

Japanese artist Tanaka Tatsuya witty miniature worlds inspire our own improvisations using tiny toy people. After all, when life seems out of control, and the world's closing in, nothing's more centering than taking a moment to stop and play.

Tiny figurines interacting with everyday objects in interesting ways (By Miniature Calendar)

Tiny things are like normal things, but tiny (24 Photos)

Wow! . . .Incredible miniature violin with bow.(Love the detail on the pegs and frog of the bow. Wonder if it can actually be played)

The Smallest Book in the World (and Other Really Little Books)

In her series, "Tondi observations," contemporary artist Jacqueline Lou Skaggs paints miniature oil paintings on the copper surface of discarded U.S. pennies. Interestingly, as she points out in her description of the series, her actions elevate the value of the coins while simultaneously defacing them.

In her series, "Tondi observations," contemporary artist Jacqueline Lou Skaggs paints miniature oil paintings on the copper surface of discarded U.S. pennies. Interestingly, as she points out in her description of the series, her actions elevate the value of the coins while simultaneously defacing them.