A dollhouse article I clipped from Style Magazine when I was 12 years old and still have to this day. […]
A Timeline of the History of Miniatures: From Ritual and Religious Object to Plaything and Collectible
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Miniatures have taken the world by storm. And why wouldn’t they? The internet allows the spread…
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it a million times again. Own what you do. Have confidence in your […]
Miniature versions of everyday grocery packaging are all the rage! I’m a product photographer by day, and a miniature diorama […]
Over the course of multiple years, I wondered why we all love miniatures so much, why I was so enthralled by their magic. And throughout this time I read Susan Stewart's 'On Longing' and a reactionary blog series to that book. And I fell somewhere in between. So I continued to pull information from all sources I could find pertaining to this topic and the above video and below transcript are the result. And finally I felt and still feel like the urge to pursue this topic has left me, the voracious inquiry is no longer, but hopefully this will help you in yours.
I was in Lakeland for work and noticed that Ron's Miniature Shop was going to be almost precisely on my way home to Jacksonville, so of course I had to stop by. And I wasn't disappointed.
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