Anonymouse Are Opening Tiny Shops For Mice In Sweden – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Anonymouse Are Opening Tiny Shops For Mice In Sweden

Anonymouse was fed up with the lack of shops for rodents, so they decided to open a couple of them at once. The 70×30 cm (about 25×12 inch) stores are located in Malmö, Sweden and they have wide menus that mice can choose their meals from. One of them is selling nuts and the other offers cheese. Besides the well-crafted interiors, there are posters about upcoming mice concerts and other events. The amount of detail that went into creating this street art installation is huge! The identities of Anonymouse are still unknown, but you can check their Instagram account for more information.

More info: Instagram (h/t: boredpanda)











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