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Look at this Little Thing!

All kinds of awesome miniature and tiny things to look at!
May 19 '14

bmgentilekb:

"The particular brand of artificiality that I like to use is an old fashioned one"

      Wes Anderson

Well said, Wes!

May 19 '14

ivanova-is-god:

Enterprise D bridge

May 18 '14
San Francisco artist Chloe Fleury makes beautiful paper sculptures of miniature everyday objects

San Francisco artist Chloe Fleury makes beautiful paper sculptures of miniature everyday objects

May 18 '14

fiveyearseasick:

the—zissou—society:

Behind the Scenes of Fantastic Mr Fox (2009).

May 17 '14

archiemcphee:

Way back in season 2 of The Simpsons Homer discovered he had a half-brother named Herb who happened to be the CEO of Powell Motors, a car company in Detroit. Herb gives Homer a job at his company and invites him to design the car of his dreams. That car was a big green monstrosity called “The Homer" and these photos show an awesome LEGO version built by Brian Williams, bubble domes and all. It’ll be on exhibit at the Area51 “Cruise Night” of Brickworld 2014.

Visit Brian Williams’ Flick page to check out lots more of his fantastic LEGO creations.

[via The Brothers Brick]

May 17 '14

archiemcphee:

It’s never too soon to share more of Hoang Tran’s pop culture-based crayon sculptures (previously featured here). In addition to the extraordinarily careful carving (check out how thin Jack Skellington’s neck is!), Tran melts other crayons applies the melted wax to his sculptures to accentuate the tiniest details such as clothing and facial features.

For a regular dose of creatively-carved crayons follow Tran here on Tumblr at Wax Nostalgic. You can also purchased original pieces via his Etsy shop, CarvedCrayons.

[via My Modern Metropolis]

May 16 '14
archiemcphee:

Our sweet treat-sense is tingling! First Lou Lou P’s Delights created a batch of wicked Alien Macarons and then the retina-searingly unforgettable Burt Reynolds Éclair. Today the Leeds-based bakery presented these awesome "Your friendly neighbourhood Spiderman" Macarons. No molds were used to create each tiny Spidey. They’re handmade, hand-painted and completely edible. We’re willing to bet they’re also 100% delicious.
[via That’s Nerdalicious!]

archiemcphee:

Our sweet treat-sense is tingling! First Lou Lou P’s Delights created a batch of wicked Alien Macarons and then the retina-searingly unforgettable Burt Reynolds Éclair. Today the Leeds-based bakery presented these awesome "Your friendly neighbourhood Spiderman" Macarons. No molds were used to create each tiny Spidey. They’re handmade, hand-painted and completely edible. We’re willing to bet they’re also 100% delicious.

[via That’s Nerdalicious!]

May 16 '14

craftandpopularculture:

Katie Boyette knits miniature versions of household furniture. Love the pins as the television’s rabbit ears! Check out more of her work on her blog.