This amazing project by Jean Jacques Brisson is all over Pinterest so some of you will have seen it before. It's definitely high on my list of the most intriguing miniature projects I've seen and I'm sure lots of you will love it too so I thought I'd share it as not all of you use Pinterest (and therefore have many more hours in a day to do 'useful' things!).
Click here to see the source page which has a couple of other (very different) creations of his. That page is dated Feb 2010 but I don't know when this was made. Unfortunately Brisson's website (www.rectoversminiatures.com) seems to have disappeared from cyberspace. The URL appears in Google cache but the links don't work.
Thanks Nathalie for the information that a video of M. Brisson can be found here
I am found this perhaps here you can have moré information. Thank you for your post. The work of this men is so interesting. Hugo
Hi Norma! For reasons unknown, you have not been coming through my reader. This is the first time in a long while that you do. I will now have to go back and read all the posts I missed. I wondered why you were not posting. I should have googled you. Thank you for sharing this man's incredible work!
It is adventurous beautiful. Thanks for showing it.
Je ne sais pas si il crée toujours ses magnifiques maisons. Il présente son travail dans cette video:
Love this!!! Now to go on a google image search for more. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you Norma for sharing.It is fascinating!
Son unas maravillas las obras de Brisson Gracias por mostrarlas .
I have that exact image on a pinboard! Wish I'd had it for reference months ago when I was working on my Parisian rooftop.
Beautiful! Thank you for sharing it.
I came across this website a week or two ago...
So many amazing, talented artists!
Have a happy one, Norma.
I love that, thank you for sharing :)
Gosh, beautiful, Norma! Thank you for sharing! And Happy Birthday!
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Hi Norma, I first saw your post with the link NOT working. Now I am back and read it works, I'll go and see, because it looks very interesting to see ;D!! Thanks for sharing!
Love anything Paris. I just want to move there. I can't speak French but maybe I can just use sign language, nod and shake my head a lot...
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