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We recently spoke of our wish to be miniature after the genius mini landscapes re-opened our minds to the possibility.

While they offered up a rather quiet vision of life as a little person, these new sculptures from Alan Wolfson give us an exciting and dangerous new world instead.

The perfectly realised scenes imagine a rather desolate city where no person can be seen yet the trace they leave behind is still apparent. The intricate pieces even include lighting and complex interior views which suggest that Wolfson may well be the most patient man in the world.

You can find out more here.

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