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Perfectly Captured Animal Images Turned Into Hilarious Tiny Sculptures

Japanese artist Meetissai makes tiny figurines from viral internet moments that you are sure to recognize. It all began when Meetissai was searching for a ‘real-life’ version of a favorite meme. Unable to find one, the artist got to work making it at home. The project has proven so popular that there are now a whole collection of hilarious animal memes immortalized forever in 3D form, all thanks to the creativity and imagination of Meetissai. H/T


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