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Bourton-on-the-Water is a small village in Gloucestershire, England famous for its 1:9 scale model. Because it’s located in the village itself, the model village has a model of itself, and that model has an even smaller model of itself.
A legend among fellow model makers, Pere Tarragó builds highly realistic 1:5 and 1:6 scale motorcycle models. He always brings the actual motorcycle to his workshop as reference and then recreates it part by part.
Satoshi Araki loves to create unbelievably detailed scale models and miniature dioramas, featuring both real world and fictional elements. Spoon & Tamago says he mainly uses styrofoam boards for his sculptures. More here.
YouTuber AAAjoken loves to feature Japanese toys, especially miniatures. Here he cooks tiny servings of breakfast made of quail eggs, sausages and milk tea using a realistic kitchen set from toymaker Konapun.
A 1:12 scale remote-controlled Batmobile from Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy. Use your iOS or Android device as the remote control, and toggle its lights, spoilers, engine sounds and more. Comes with a Batman action figure.
LEGO and Volvo give us an idea of how much time, effort and resources (and fun!) went into the making of the new LEGO Technic 42030, a remote-controlled replica of the Volvo L350F wheel loader and A25F hauler.
To promote its QX100 lens camera, Sony visited Northlandz, an incredible model railroad museum built by Bruce Williams Zaccagnino. It has over 100 trains, 8 miles of track and thousands of buildings. Explore Northlandz here.