One usually associates rats with filth and disease. The thought of rats as big as cats can immediately fill most people with feelings of horror and disgust.
One group of artists felt otherwise. The art group, appropriately named AnonyMouse, probably got fed up with the lack of service for their rodent friends. With the desire to nibble on a niche market in mind, they set out to make their own cheddar by setting up shop for the city’s mice.
They opened shops for their vermin friends that were suitably sized – about 70 × 30 cm (roughly 25 × 12 inches.)
People who passed by the intersection between Bergsgatan and Almbacksgatan in the southern Swedish city of Malmo saw these adorable yet quasi-hidden installation artworks.
One of the pieces was a faux-French nut store named “Noix de Vie” (Nuts of life) and it sold a wide range of nuts for the city’s mice. Next door, an Italian restaurant called "Il Topolino" (the Italian name for Mickey Mouse) sold cheese and crackers, complete with a pin-sized menu attached to the wall.
All information known about AnonyMouse, the creators of the impressive installation art, is on their Instagram page. True to their name, the creators are unidentified.
On their latest Instagram post, AnonyMouse said:
“It means the world to us! Without spoiling too much we can tell you that we're working on a new scene, and in 2017 you're going to be able to see plenty more!”
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