Japanese artist Kenji Sugiyama creates incredibly detailed dioramas of museums inside empty pasta boxes. Sugiyama calls this series of work, which he began making in 1999, "Institute of Intimate Museums" and each tiny installation features museum exhibits complete with faux wooden floors, framed images lining the walls, and benches spaced along the center. Sugiyama's work was recently on display at Scope Basel 2012.
Find out more about Kenji's work here.
via [Cool Hunting] via [LAIY]
Images by Josh Rubin and Kyle Fitzpatrick.