In addition to bringing to our attention the work of Alan Wolfson, turned us on to the French artist Ronan-Jim Sevellec, who specialized in box dioramas of tiny artists’ workshops and old antique rooms displayed in various eccentric and romantic locations around Paris. The article does not specify Sevellec’s preferred scale (one presumes it is standard “dollhouse,” ½-inch to 1-foot), but the level of detail is stunning.