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Miniature Video Store Has All the Details

Take a trip back to the 1980s, when video rental stores were on every block, and Friday night meant picking up two or three movies for the weekend before someone else got them. Special effects designer Andrew Glazebrook, aka Morbid Decay, built a video rental store in miniature complete with videotape boxes smaller than postage stamps with accurate cover art. The store is definitely set in Britain, as you can tell by the "Mind the Step" sign and a few other details. See a bunch of enlargeable images of the miniature store, as well as a video, at io9. We don't see a mysterious door labeled "18 and over," but you can't have everything.

(Image credit: Andrew Glazebrook)


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