Satoshi Araki's obsessive attention to detail makes his work simply stunning. If it wasn't for the reference of the finger that appears in some of the pictures, it would be very hard to distinguish these miniature dioramas from real pictures of garbage dumps, bombed cities or abandoned neighbourhoods.
The Incredibly Realistic And Decadent Miniature Worlds Of Satoshi Araki
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