You can find many amazing diorama projects out there, with photos of miniature characters living their exciting and bright miniature lives. However, there aren’t many photorealistic dioramas, concentrating on the rust, dust, and trash in our urban world. That is where Japanese artist Satoshi Araki comes in.
His raw diorama settings leave you in awe when you realize how incredibly detailed they are, perfectly replicating what we see every day in our modern cities outside the postcard cityscapes. Be it a replica of a pile of trash bags or a casual graffiti piece decorating a worn-out wall, every inch of these objects screams with realism and the artist’s admirable devotion to his passion.