Art comes in many forms and different sizes; some big, some small but Takahiro Iwasaki's artwork from his 'Out of Disorder' series is way too small.

Takahiro is a talented Japanese artist who makes everything small from buildings to electrical towers, merry-go-round to giant-wheel on objects that we use in our day-to-day lives like a roll of duct tape (as you can see in the image on the left), a toothbrush or towels. What makes Takahiro's artwork more unique is that though it's small but it's perfectly detailed and looks amazing.

According to C24 Gallery, "Takahiro Iwasaki builds exquisite, intricate, almost impossibly tiny structures, associated with industrial society and faith traditions on micro landscapes (of towels and other domestic fabrics) that seem one breath away from destruction."

Here are some of our favorite artwork from Takahiro's 'Out of Disorder' series. Have a look:

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