This Artist Created A Teeny Tiny Hamster-Sized Town

Designer and crafting artist Sophia Antidze from the digital creative agency Leavingstone has just created the cutest little town. Along with illustrators, photographers and directors, she produced The Hungry Hungry Hamsters, an online series featuring four podgy rodents going about their hamster lives doing hamster things.

And of course, like anything of that size, it is absolutely adorable.

(Photo: Leavingstone/Cover Images)

(Photo: Leavingstone/Cover Images)

(Photo: Leavingstone/Cover Images)

(Photo: Leavingstone/Cover Images)

Each episode had its own script and story, with a staggering amount of attention paid to small details. From tiny hamster food to tiny hamster street art, tiny hamster bins and the recreation of different seasons, the series took more than 82 working days to film.

(Photo: Leavingstone/Cover Images)

Winter in Yumville (Photo: Leavingstone/Cover Images)

(Photo: Leavingstone/Cover Images)

(Photo: Leavingstone/Cover Images)

The series was initially made as an advertisement for human-sized versions of the foods the hamsters are eating. The Georgian canned goods brand Supremo was indeed struggling to reach out to the public until Leavingstone found the perfect, miniature-sized solution.  

But the series has now become a piece of art in itself: check out episode 1 here and the behind the scenes action below!

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