It's one thing to create a opulent music hall, fancy restaurant, or historic movie set in real life. But it's a whole other (and, ironically enough, more impressive) thing to shrink such settings down to miniature size and still maintain the perfection of literally every detail — every slightly crumbled piece of mini moulding, every stitch in a teeny retro chair, and every place setting at a bitty dinner table.
Artist and former cabinetmaker has committed the past two decades of his life to just that — miniaturizing over 100 cinematic scenes for a his museum in Lyon, France, called . And once you see the results of his work, you'll agree that time was well-spent.
A quick glance at any photos of his work, and you'll likely be fooled into thinking that you're looking a life-sized room. But upon closer inspection, the intense care that was taken to create each scene reveals an artistry that few could replicate.
Not stopping in Lyon anytime soon? Take a look at a few of Ohlmann's creations here: