World's Smallest Versions Explained
What's a "World's Smallest Version"?
That’s an easy one - it’s a miniature replica of a World¹s Largest Thing. Once a World's Largest Thing has been photodocumented, researched, and a site visit made, a tiny replica of the 'thing' is created. These replicas are made from a variety of materials; usually whatever is available or most appropriate. For example the World’s Smallest Version of the World’s Largest Ball of Rubber Bands is made of miniature rubber bands (anyone who wears braces knows exactly what I mean!), the World’s Smallest Version of the World¹s Largest Otter is made from a daschund figurine cut in two, filled in with modeling clay and repainted into appropriate Otter colors, the World¹s Smallest Version of the World’s Largest Talking Cow is molded plastic perched on a light-activated sound component from an Elvis Presley valentines day chocolate box (it used to sing "Love Me Tender", but with age now only sings "Love Me").
AND... As a super special bonus exploration of shifting scales, once the World's Smallest Version of a World's Largest Thing is produced, we take the little back to the site of the original thing and take a 'Meta Photo' of the World's Smallest Version visiting the World's Largest Thing. (see photos above: the World's Smallest Version of the World's Largest Pecan visits the World's Largest Pecan in Brunswick Missouri, and the World's Smallest Version of the World's Largest Talking Cow visits the World's Largest Talking Cow in Neillsville Wisconsin)
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