If you have a fascination with the miniature world, we have a treat for you. The artist behind Mozu Studios, based in Japan, creates stunning and extremely detailed miniature rooms. Every object created by the studio is handmade and lifelike, except for its size. The items, such as computers, chairs, and books, are made to be so small that all three of them could easily fit into your palm. The president of Mozu Studios, 21-year-old Kiyotaka Mizukoshi, has a serious passion for miniature art. The artist has been crafting since he was 11 years old and has seriously improved his skills over the years. "When I was 11, I was into building plastic models of Gundam. After that, I realized that I wanted to make something original and I started to make miniature works," he told Bored Panda.
Mizukoshi said that the best part of his job is thinking of new ideas and making people smile. "A lot of people who look at my works are smiling and it makes me happy," the Japanese creator said.
Mozu Studios opened its doors a couple of years ago and has since worked with many well-known brands. "The studio was opened April 2019. We make commercials and advertisements that use miniature works and stop-motion animations. We have collaborated with Starbucks, smartphone makers, and advertisers and we also make original works, too," Mizukoshi said.
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