World’s Smallest Bookshop

The world’s tiniest bookshop launched this week in Malmö Sweden. The diminutive bookstore, called Frankie & Benjys Böcker, was created by an anonymous street art collective appropriately named AnonyMouse. Their mouse-sized mini-bookshop joins the group’s previous projects, Il Topolino, a miniature restaurant, and Noix de Vie, a tiny gourmet nut shop.

After browsing the bookstore, you can visit the adjoining mini-theater to see an all rodent production of Steinbeck’s play of Mice and Men.

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4 Responses to World’s Smallest Bookshop

  1. restlessjo says:

    What fun! 🙂 🙂 Merry Christmas to you!

  2. Hana says:

    Very nice, made us smile. We have been dreaming about opening an independent bookshop; I guess we could afford rent for something like this! But as a friend said, the cheese bill would be very high. As always, thanks for sharing!

  3. This is so cute! I love bookstores. I went to a few bookshops last week and I made a blog post about it if you would like to read 😀 ~ Lady Daydream

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