This Week in Miniatures...
Weekly Mini RoundUp 2.18.18
Welcome to our latest round up of news and reports from in and around the miniworld capturing mainstream and social media bits as well as local stories you may have missed.
Dumpster Dive Delight!
Interior decorator Susannah Talley puts her creative skills to the test with a dollhouse trash to treasure report in this piece in New Yorker Magazine's The Cut.
A Behind the Scenes Look...
Take a look at an this awesome assortment of behind the scenes photos of the miniatures used to make Tim Burton's Oscar nominated film Corpse Bride (2005) starring Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter.
This Awesome Chair...
From DeJo Miniatures out of Brazil...
> Internet is called upon to work its magic to find a stolen dollhouse. From the Liverpool Echo.
> From NPR: A look back to last year's awesome Small Stories exhibition at the National Building Museum which featured some of our favorite artists creating their "dream rooms" in miniature.
> From the The Ledger Independent: Permanent exhibition of miniatures expands at the Kentucky Gateway Museum curated by Kaye Browning.
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