The AnonyMouse collective recently hit the streets of Malmö, Sweden with a series of tiny mice shops that cater to a rodent clientele. Each mouse shop measures about 25″ x 12″ and the artists have outdone themselves with the incredible amount of attention to detail. Just what do the shops sell? Nuts and cheese, of course.
From the posters advertizing exhibits and concerts to their target audience to the names of the shops themselves—Topolino is the Italian word for Mickey Mouse—our furry friends will feel right at home as the scurry in for treats. The nuts in the window display are even helpfully labeled with flags to identify their origins. If a mouse is looking for Greek almonds, they’ve come to the right place.
Scroll down for more details of the whimsical installation, and keep an eye out on their Instagram for a new scene the mysterious group say is coming in 2017.
Ever wonder where mice go to shop?
All images via AnonyMouse.
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