I haven't had as much time as I would like for my small hobby. I find myself saying this way too often... I've entertained the idea of doing a scene a day but have been way too chicken to attempt it. Bock. Bock. Plus, at this rate, I doubt I could keep up with the challenge. Every once in awhile, I get an opportunity to see what everyone else is doing in the modern miniatures community. I do truly love the information network that has been created by fellow hobbyists. The Internet is cool! There are so many collectors and artisans who I admire--like Pepper who made the awesome credenza seen above. Beautiful lines, walnut wood and yes, the doors do open to reveal shelving inside. Simply coveted.
The above scene started with a snack--as most of my life's activities do. Okay, it wasn't really the snack but the chip clip. What can I say? Something about it MOOved me.
The Goods: The credenza is Pepper; the daybed sofa is an ebay find; the coffee table is Ikea; the Eames La Chaise is Reac Japan; the leaning bookshelf is Peter Tucker; the cow art is a chip clip by Kikkerland Design; all accessories are Plan Toys, Bozart Toys, Wright Guide Miniatures, Sir Thomas Thumb, X10NY, Lemax, MiniModernistas, Pepper, Tim Holtz and common finds from hobby and craft stores.