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Our friends over at PSFK recently highlighted Japanese artist Kenji Sugiyama.

Kenji has, believe it or not, created and squeezed into pasta boxes, intricate scenes of museum-goers observing art. That’s right, pasta boxes! Kenji calls his collection “Institute of Intimate Museums.”

Pasta Box Diorama
Pasta Box Diorama
Pasta Box Diorama

The images aren’t crystal clear, but come on — you try taking a photo inside a pasta box and see how clear you get.



8 Responses

  1. Jesse says:

    I like that you can find art anywhere, even inside a pasta box. What a creative mind.

  2. Jamie Spruell says:

    An up and coming artist, I've heard of him before somewhere.

  3. Janese says:

    Now I've seen everything!

  4. bonnie coker says:

    art shows up in the weirdest places

  5. Claudia P. says:

    I like, I think?

  6. Brings back fun memories of making dioramas when I was a kid.

  7. Liz_HGTV says:

    So cute! These are like an eensy-weensy versions of classic shotgun houses.

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