Brooklyn photographer Lori Nix spends weeks, even months, hand-fashioning tiny painstakingly detailed dioramas and then captures them with her 8x10 large format camera. She builds the 3-D scenes in her living room on nights and weekends with the help of an assistant, with each one taking anywhere from two to fifteen months to complete. Her models are about 20 x 24 x 72 inches in size but appear nearly indistinguishable from full-size scenes.
[via Laughing Squid]
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