When I started this blog, I didn't think anyone would read it. This venture was basically a way for me to catalogue the miniature scenes that I put together. Well, two years later, it looks like I wasn't really talking to myself all of this time. Ha! I have had great fun with this blog. I have also enjoyed meeting other modern miniature enthusiasts. The hobby world would have you believe that we don't exist but here we are! I'm vacating this blog for an indefinite period of time to work on some other projects. Will I return? I do not know. Will there be a book? Maybe. Maybe. I'm still working out the opportunity and all of the issues that come with it.
I do expect to continue watching the amazing things that other modern miniaturists do on their blogs and websites. I also expect to still be buying every modern miniature that I can get my hands on. Ha ha!
Thanks to everyone who has watched my "crazy" at work.
The Goods: Paris Renfroe made the beautiful kitchenette and based it on a transportable kitchen featured in Dwell Magazine (Sept. 2009) by Cecilia Tham and Yoel Karaso of Habitan Architects. Paris made the appliances and cabinetry stainless steel. He also made me the bathtub/sink component featured by this duo. You can see that work on Paris' site. All wood stools are PRD; the natural edge wooden bench is PRD; the daybed is Reac Japan; the desk is Kitty Puppenmobel; the Eames chair is Reac Japan; the room divider is DHE; All accessories are McFarlane Toys (guitar), Mighty World, Plan Toys, AG Minis, Irwin, Re-Ment, Sanrio, Battat, Breyer, Lundby and Character Options. The artwork is Kara Walker.