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Some might call Satoshi Araki obsessed. Araki builds highly detailed miniature models depicting the grittier side of city living, with a touch of dystopian dread.

You have to see the detail on these models. I would totally believe these were pictures of a real place if it weren”t for Araki”s fingers in a few of the shots.

Wow. This almost looks Photoshopped.

Wow. This almost looks Photoshopped.

Looks just like parts of New York City.

Looks just like parts of New York City.

A dystopian alternate reality.

A dystopian alternate reality.

That”s a brutal scene.

That

Look at those tiny soda cans. Amazing.

Look at those tiny soda cans. Amazing.

It”s always important to recycle.

It

An abandoned farmhouse.

An abandoned farmhouse.

An old bike shop.

An old bike shop.

This even has posters for the old Batman movie.

This even has posters for the old Batman movie.

A tiny scale camera.

A tiny scale camera.

Such attention to detail.

Such attention to detail.

A banana peel.

A banana peel.

Painting on the graffiti.

Painting on the graffiti.

Nothing like a little cleaning help from Wall-e.

Nothing like a little cleaning help from Wall-e.

(Via: Gizmodo)

Excuse me while I pick my jaw off the ground. It”s amazing he can paint at that level of detail, and at such a small scale, too.

You can see more of Araki”s work at his website and on Facebook.

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