Do you remember the little people from the Tiny Street Art Project by Slinkachu? Now take these tiny people to the beautiful Foodscapes by Carl Warner and you’ll get something similar to what you’re about to see.

Minimiam (meaning “Mini Yum”) is a creative union of husband and wife who create edible art – tiny worlds with little people doing their little chores here. Akiko Ida is Japanese and Pierre Javelle is French. They met studying creative photography at the Paris “Arts Decoratifs” art school.

Since childhood, Akiko has always been attracted to the world of gastronomy and food art. As a child, she elaborated and baked different sorts of bread which she subsequently took cool photos of and classified in a notebook. At the same time, she invented tiny characters that filled entire pages of her journal. Akiko became a renowned Food Photographer and has already taken part in more than 30 cookbooks.

Piere hails from Burgundy. He grew up on a comics diet. Attracted by drawing, illustrations, and photography, art school was his refuge. The creative ideas of Doisneau and Cartier-Bresson were major influences in his choice of photography as a medium. Now scroll down below and check their unique art for yourself!