Daniel Agdag Captures Scenes One Tenth of Their Original Size

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: • References: publicoffice.au & strictlypaper
It might seem difficult to fathom, but these creations by Daniel Agdag aren't simply made from cardboard but also exceedingly small in real life. Each of the designs is small enough to fit inside a small glass case that could easily be mistaken as set props for a period-themed film.

The set creations are meant to emulate the scene that could be traditionally featured in a World War I-era film. There are such scenes as a wire tapping room, another of a large machine for automatically making something and a hot air balloon used for who knows what. The exact origin of the small dioramas remains a relative mystery, but they sure do make for an interesting collection to stare at and wonder if they really are as small as they seem. Stats for Miniature Movie Set Dioramas Trending: Older & Warm
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