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Look at this Little Thing!

All kinds of awesome miniature and tiny things to look at!
Mar 26 '14
Mar 25 '14


Small leftover bits and minimalist dioramas for the “budget pile” at my show this weekend. Visit for more info and directions.

Mar 24 '14


How a Chicago Heiress Trained Homicide Detectives With an Unusual Tool: Dollhouses

Frances Glessner Lee’s miniature murder scenes are dioramas to die for

By Jimmy Stamp

Frances Glessner Lee (1878-1962) was a millionaire heiress and Chicago society dame with a very unusual hobby for a woman raised according to the strictest standards of nineteenth century domestic life: investigating murder. And she did this through a most unexpected medium: dollhouse-like dioramas.


Mar 23 '14


Vic DeLeon

Secret art installation #1 at the Bemis in Seattle. Will you find it?

Mar 22 '14


See the little Bemis Building inside the big Bemis Building (loft 405) this weekend! More info at

Mar 21 '14


Miniature brass and silver magnifying glass I just finished. It’s hand fabricated with lathe turned brass and a bezel set glass cabochon.

I’m really getting into making miniatures and pushing my metal working skills further. Since graduating from school and not having access to a full metals studio I’ve had to learn how to get by on less. It’s finally feeling like less of a pain and more of a challenge! I’m super happy with this piece. :)

Mar 20 '14


I have been making again, this time I have made a full English breakfast, complete with saucy beans! Every piece was hand sculpted by me by hand, half way through making the beans I wish I had never started!!!! all available to buy in my shop NOW:

Mar 19 '14



Sara’s Buffy library and miniature book collection (as featured on the Hot Key blog).