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A miniature record store for mice has popped up in Sweden

Ricotta Records is the latest work by art collective Anonymouse to turn heads in the city of Lund

By
Huw Oliver
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Destiny’s Cheese. Rats Against the Machine. Lady Gouda. Rodents can stock up on all their favourites at the diminutive Ricotta Records, which is drawing many a quizzical look in the southern Swedish city of Lund.

It’s the latest mouse-themed artwork by Swedish collective Anonymouse and follows the opening of the ‘Cicada Pharmacy’ on another street in the city in July. Of their latest work, which has records by the likes of Johnny Cashew and Minor Enemy in the window, the collective said: ‘We would like to thank the municipality of Lund for inviting us and encouraging really small business owners.’

Their first installation, the super-scaled-down façades of a French deli and an Italian restaurant, appeared in Malmö back in 2016, and since then they’ve produced everything from a gas station in the city of Borås to a jazz club in Bayonne, France.

Because it’s actually quite hard to spot these things IRL (and they’re all very much temporary), here are some of Anonymouse’s most eye-popping creations from the past couple of years.

Anonymouse installationPhotograph: anonymousemmx

Anonymouse installationPhotograph: anonymousemmx

Anonymouse installationPhotograph: anonymousemmx

Anonymouse installationPhotograph: anonymousemmx

Anonymouse installationPhotograph: anonymousemmx

Anonymouse installationPhotograph: anonymousemmx

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