“Army Troops Around The House”: WW2 Toy Soldiers And Their Curious Adventures – Design You Trust

“Army Troops Around The House”: WW2 Toy Soldiers And Their Curious Adventures

Even grown-ups love to play toy soldiers. And some of them do that better than kids. For example, Canadian artist @littlearmymen creates toy soldier figures and takes photos of them. Sometimes, his army goes on weird adventures.

“I build and hand paint model figures. I then take pictures of them doing things. Sometimes they go on adventures,” he wrote.

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