Within spaces not much larger than a piece of paper, Barcelona artist Mar Cerdà creates painstakingly intricate dioramas made solely of watercolor painted paper. If you’re a fan of Wes Anderson, you’ll especially appreciate the three scenes she’s replicated from some of my favorite Anderson flicks, including The Darjeeling Limited and The Royal Tenenbaums. Just look at all the ornate details like the hand-painted luggage, wallpaper, and miniature toiletries! It’s all so good, I greedily want to see more . . .
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