Tiny mouse-size art proves a hit in Sweden

Lund, Sweden (AFP) – They’re drawing crowds in Sweden: cute and quirky shopfronts, delis and restaurants created by a mystery art collective called Anonymouse that have popped up out of nowhere in some cities.

The catch? You have to get down on all fours to see them, tucked away as they are at the bottom of buildings, just big enough for mice.

“It’s like a treasure hunt,” 29-year-old Madeleine told AFP in Lund, a picturesque university town in the south of the Nordic country where the collective’s latest works are on display.

More details on Thursday’s Borneo Bulletin