archiemcphee:

If you ever wake up to find a tiny Bruce Lee in the kitchen offering to help you whip up a fruit smoothie and a bowl of cereal for breakfast, you’d better be like water and let him.

This awesome photo series is the work of VSE OK. We haven’t been able to find much information about this artist. Based on the product packaging in some of their photos, we’re guessing they may be somewhere in Eastern Europe or Russia. Follow them here on Tumblr, where you’ll find many more great photo series cleverly involving action figures and other toys.

[via 22 Words]


rogerwilkerson:

Value Sized

I love oversized things, too!

rogerwilkerson:

Value Sized

I love oversized things, too!


archiemcphee:

In November 2012 master Maltese chocolatier Andrew Farrugia unveiled an awesome chocolate model train that broke the Guinness World Record for World’s Longest Chocolate Structure. Measuring 34 metres (111.5 ft) long, the chocolate choo-choo was painstakingly made over the course of 784 hours using 1,285 kg (2,832 lbs) - that 6.5 million calories worth - of the finest Belgian chocolate.

"The chocolicious train is made of two parts: the first seven wagons are modeled after the new Belgian trains, and the rest of the train is modeled after the old train wagons, including a wagon with a bar and restaurant on board. The artist created the masterpiece in his home country of Malta, and had all its different parts transported to Belgium in 25 wooden boxes. Unfortunately, the train sustained considerable damage during the trip, and several of the train’s walls had completely collapsed. But, after working day and night to repair everything, the train was ready for the big unveiling, which took place yesterday."

Farrugia’s mouthwatering locomotive was sponsored by Belgian chocolate brand Belcolade. Its unveiling marked the beginning of Brussels Chocolate Week and aptly took place at Brussels South Station located Belgium’s capital city.

[via Weezbo, Dailymail.co.uk, and Oddity Central]




Attack of the Puppet People (1958)

(Source: helenofdestroy, via cinefamily)


a-mini-a-day:

 I don’t know how they keep coming up with stuff at miniature-calendar.com every single day.

a-mini-a-day:

 I don’t know how they keep coming up with stuff at miniature-calendar.com every single day.


blinksnap:

A man on a leaf on a lake

blinksnap:

A man on a leaf on a lake

(via andycrocker)


seraphica:

Insanely realistic miniatures from PetitPlat

(via andycrocker)


photojojo:

Using modern technology as his backdrop, Mark Crummett composes incredible photographs with miniature figures. He writes about his work: 

These people are surrounded by technology, technology has become their environment, and that’s where we are too. Technology has become so integrated that it’s second nature to us.

Staged Scenes Within the Guts of Modern Technology

via Wired