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'AnonyMouse' artists create rodent-size restaurant

By Daniel Uria
'AnonyMouse' artists create rodent-size restaurant
An art group known as "Anonymouse" created a rodent-size restaurant scene in the Swedish city of Malmo's city center. The tiny restaurant and deli shop featured window displays, outdoor seating and mouse-themed posters and graffiti. Photo by Bjorn Lindgren/European Pressphoto Agency

MALMO, Sweden, Dec. 14 (UPI) -- Sweden's rodents have their very own appropriately sized fine-dining establishment thanks to a local art group.

The group of artists known as "AnonyMouse" crafted a tiny restaurant and deli shop for mice and rats in the Malmo city center.

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The window display of the 25-by-12-inch "Noix De Vie" or "Nuts of Life" restaurant features pistachios, almonds and hazelnuts, while an equally small outdoor seating area is located outside of the "Il topolino" restaurant.

Mouse-themed posters advertising a horror film called Night of the Were-rat are plastered on the walls alongside a bit of Anonymouse graffiti depicting Mickey Mouse as Guy Fawkes.

Anonymouse announced the rodent-size restaurants would be forced to close due to "a wear on the inventory," but the group also teased a future project.

"Without spoiling too much we can tell you that we're working on a new scene, and in 2017 you're going to be able to see plenty more!" they said.

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