My favorite miniatures on the web this week, brought to you by a screaming stone

#1. The Astolat Dollhouse Castle was built over a 13-year span, using artists from around the world.

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#2. French teen Régis Gomez makes tiny scenes on coke cans.

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He also has an awesome DIY youtube channel, if you speak French. I can’t remember what I was doing at his age, but it was nowhere near this cool…

#3. Just 100 mini robots dancing in unison…

#4. Here’s a 1960s traveling pool salesman’s briefcase.

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For this and more awesome vintage salesman briefcases, check out Messy Nessy Chic (also one of my fav blogs for mini-lovers!)

 

#5. Artists Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger recreated scenes from the news for a 2014 exhibition, including the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse scandal.

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#6. Coup de Cœur: These cool figurines for sale by Twelvemo.

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Lead image: A screaming stone. Check out the adventures here and here.

That’s all folks! Hope this gave you some non-inaugural material to have fun with today 🙂 Bon week-end à tous!

 

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