The 'Ghosts in the Machine' Collection Has Little People Fixing Machines

By: Alexander Lam - Published: • References: markcrummett.net & mymodernmet
Mark Crummett's photo collection 'Ghosts in the Machine' is a series of shots showing miniature people running the innards of machines. If you've ever wondered what goes on inside your newfangled devices, Crummett's visualization will help you make sense of it in a hilariously inaccurate way.

The little laborers in 'Ghosts in the Machine' are seen running around soldering semiconductors and fixing gears. The little men and women are also seen fighting penguins and bunnies. Strangely, Crummet's imaginary world also has its own religion. 'Engineer-priests' are seen blessing computer chips and preaching.

Crummett's intention for this collection was to show people "dwarfed by technology that pervades their lives," according to his site. In that sense, 'Ghosts in the Machine' is a very accurate look at our current turbulent times. Stats for Ant-Sized Worker Captures Trending: Older & Chilly
Traction: 371 clicks in 71 w
Interest: 0.7 minutes
Concept: Ghosts In The Machine
Related: 88 examples / 68 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55
Comparison Set: 32 similar articles, including: cinematic miniature video cams, miniature yarn studs, and miniature wooden timepieces.