The stunning Crazy Miniatures project lets you look down on the world. The models are made so realistically that it seems as if tiny little people are about to come to life, start walking around their little houses, pick up their microscopic things.
Nice interior, a little cluttered, but if you get out, you could live. It's a pity it won't work. After all, this is just one of the miniatures, made, like the rest of the work, on a scale of 1 to 12.
Language does not dare to call these works toys. Watch and enjoy. Words are not needed here.
It's hard to stop posting photos of works from the Crazy Miniatures project.
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