Hyperrealistic Miniature Film Sets Housed in a French Museum
Painstakingly handcrafted by world-renowned miniaturists including artist and curator Dan Ohlman, these tiny scenes will trick you into believing they are indeed life-size!
The miniature sets are housed in a 16th century building in Lyon, France and is the proud collection of Musée Miniature et Cinéma. The 5-story museum contains over 100 handcrafted models, all of which contain minuscule features that would be found in the film’s actual scene. And they’re incredibly accurate, from scratches seen on tiny bedposts to lighting, and even geographic location.
The amazing collection is a tribute to miniature film sets that movie studios used before the advent of Computer-Generated Imagery or CGI. Take a look!
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