Tiny Living Room Makes Its Way Inside PC – Design You Trust

Tiny Living Room Makes Its Way Inside PC

Using dollhouse furniture and copious amounts of imagination, an unknown Russian artist has created a miniature living room inside the shell of a PC computer. The tiny room replica includes a working floor lamp, a tiny gumball machine an oriental rug, and even a miniature copy of the New York Times.

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