These captivating miniature worlds were sculpted and photographed by creative, Frank Kunert. The most fascinating thing about these works isn’t the fact that they’re small─it’s what the models are of. Showing scenarios that don’t appear in real life, curiosities and paradoxes have been created. My favourite image is the curved basketball court, but I really like the ‘road to nowhere’, too.
Miniature Worlds Gallery
Above: Door leading onto rail track
Above: Warped Tennis Court
Above: Underwater News Agent
Above: Doors and balcony building
Above: Toilets on display
Above: Frank Kunert making a road to nowhere
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