This looks like a teenager’s messy room but from another angle, it’s actually not!

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At first glance, this may seem like a boring photo of a messy bedroom of a high school student but the truth is, it is not even a bedroom.

Turned out, this is an image of a miniature scale bedroom of a Japanese student who goes by the name “Mozu”.

The creative Japanese man created this amazingly intricate diorama of his bedroom and it has impressed everyone on the internet once they have learned that it is a miniature!

Apparently, the miniature bedroom was his first attempt at creating a diorama.

 

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Mozu was only a 17-year-old high school student when he created his first diorama which was based on his own bedroom.

 

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When he shared his photos of his first miniature creation on Twitter in 2015, the photos quickly went viral as it amassed over 44,000 likes overnight!

 

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Since then, Mozu began to get his hands on creating other miniatures such as classroom, a desk, utility poles, and even a building. 

 

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He also created miniature comic books, safe-deposit box, refrigerator, soda can, and post box, just to name a few.

 

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It might be hard to believe that these are not real desk and chair but a miniature version of it!

 

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Just look at how intricate and precise the miniatures are.

 

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He even adds details to each miniature item, making each of them look like just the ones in real life.

 

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Today, the 20-year-old artist is popular for his miniature worlds on Instagram where he regularly shares photos of his work with his 51,800 followers.

 

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You can see more of his stunning projects here.

 

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Credit: Instagram/@mozu_world | hifructose

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