Scene Box - A Journey with Old Minis "Where were you in '62?" : Takashi Kawada, painted 1:72

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Takashi Kawada Pre-painted 1/72 Scale

The Scene Box series is a smartphone-sized (palm-sized), stylish way to shape scenes with cars
. They come in a lovely package, making them a great gift idea!
This piece is illuminated by LEDs, which when lit in the dark create a night scene mode.
There is a small switch on the side of the base of the piece. The batteries are two CR2032 button cell batteries located on the bottom of the piece.

Contents of the set...
Diorama (minicar glued to the base)
Transparent case (65 x 65 x 97mm)
Handling instructions
Cosmetic box

Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery

The America of my dreams in the most glorious days of the 60s.
We travel from Chicago to California via Route 66 to ride the big wave to the finish line.
A stop at a GAS station on the way.

I wanted to create a piece of art that expressed my longing and desire to visit the United States of America.
Where were you in '62?
This is the catchphrase of the film released in 1974.

Scene Box
A palm-sized mini-diorama created using paper, string and miniature cars.

These miniature dioramas are made using paper, string and miniature cars, and have a nostalgic brushstroke touch, like a hand-drawn illustration.
With a special box, it makes a great gift or collection.

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