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Amazing how these tiny houses appear to levitate inside test tubes

Amsterdam-based designer Rosa de Jong creates surreal vertical landscapes that appear to levitate inside narrow test tubes.

The series – called Micro Matter – involves building towering structures using materials like cardboard, tree branches, paper, small rocks, and faux moss. Each one is reminiscent of a ship in bottle, but perhaps even better with its enchanting quality of floating on thin air.

‘The most important thing for me is that by the end of a project, everyone is happy’, she said. ‘I want to make things people want to look at, not something they’re forced to look at’.

Head on over here to see more of Rosa de Jong’s works.

Via This Is Colossal

Amazing how these tiny houses appear to levitate inside test tubes
Amazing how these tiny houses appear to levitate inside test tubes
Amazing how these tiny houses appear to levitate inside test tubes
Amazing how these tiny houses appear to levitate inside test tubes
Amazing how these tiny houses appear to levitate inside test tubes
Amazing how these tiny houses appear to levitate inside test tubes
Amazing how these tiny houses appear to levitate inside test tubes

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