Siste Skanse in Norway is the World's Smallest Instant Portrait Place

By: Alyson Wyers - Published: Jul 10, 2014 • References: & designtaxi
If you've been searching the Earth for the world's smallest instant portrait studio, you can head over to Siste Skanse in Norway and end your search once and for all. The Norwegian photographic studio merely measures a measly 10 square feet. The structure has been standing for over 100 years and was formerly a newspaper stand. Siste Skanse is aptly named then, as it translates to 'The Last Stand.'

According to the stand's operator Kristian Gundersen, the tiny kiosk can hold up to 10 people. The studio's services are available on weekends from noon to only 2 or 3pm. Gundersen offers simply composed, instant portraits in the tiny, transformed space. Should you find yourself in Norway, the cute kiosk is definitely worth a look. Stats for Quirkily Quaint Studios Trending: Older & Chilly
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