Fabulous world in miniature by this Russian artist will definitely fascinate you
Have you ever heard about Olga Mutina? She is a talented craftswoman from Russia, who creates wonderful miniature houses and pieces of furniture. You'd better see them with your own eyes!
Everyone or almost everyone likes tiny houses and little pieces of interior. Olga Mutina, a Russian artist and craftswoman, not only adores them but also creates these stunning works of art. She uses all the scrap materials you see everyday and turns them into real miniature houses and pieces of interior. We bet you'll adore them!
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