Artist Creates Miniature Video Rental Store And It’s Making Us Miss The 1990s

  • FX artist recreates a tiny version of the local video rental shop.

Going to the video rental store was a magical experience. Every movie (almost) was available to rent and take home. Now, literally, EVERY movie is available right on a phone. We miss the 1990s.

British FX artist Andrew Glazebrook misses the 1990s too. Specifically the local video rental shop. Glazebrook created this incredibly convincing 1/25 scale miniature video store as an homage to the rental place long gone.


Glazebrook told HuffPost he was inspired by the U.K. video rental stores he frequented in those decades.

Check out the photos Glazebrook posted online and an awesome little VHS-inspired video he created for his project.

Posted by Morbid Decay FX on Saturday, September 16, 2017

Posted by Morbid Decay FX on Saturday, September 16, 2017

Posted by Morbid Decay FX on Saturday, September 16, 2017

Posted by Morbid Decay FX on Saturday, September 16, 2017

Stand alone shelves added

Posted by Morbid Decay FX on Wednesday, September 20, 2017

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