[PHOTOS] This Japanese Artist Creates Mini Rooms In Power Sockets And They Are Adorable
There's just something about miniature things that make people smile.
Recently, a Japanese artist created a mini room inside a power socket that's so adorable it'll make you want to live in it
In a Tweet, the 21-year-old artist, Mozu, called his latest creation "The Secret Base of Kubito", which features various miniature household items such as a fridge, a microwave oven, and a computer.
This masterpiece took him four months to produce, with each item being meticulously crafted by hand!
Mozu also shared some behind-the-scenes pictures and videos of how he created "The Secret Base of Kubito"
If you're interested to make the mini rack that you see in the room, Mozu also uploaded a tutorial to show how he created it out of... a laundry bag :O
Besides "The Secret Base of Kubito", Mozu has also designed other tiny rooms, such as a mini dining area:
A study room:
And even a mini flight of stairs!
The video that Mozu Tweeted of "The Secret Base of Kubito" has since gone viral, garnering over 17.6 million views at the time of writing