Tiny doors, fit for a mouse, are popping up in Minneapolis
MINNEAPOLIS (NBC News) —
A Minneapolis man is making a big statement with his tiny works of street art.
He goes by the name "Mows" and his canvases are nooks and crannies throughout the city.
Tiny doors, fit for a mouse, are popping up in Minneapolis. They can be found on the corner of an alley, under a bridge, on a traffic light, etc. Next to the tiny door, you can typically find a window and welcome mat. Mows said the doors are made out of resin.
"It's street art but it's not graffiti in an in-your-face kind of way," said Mows, who is concealing his identity because he puts his tiny "mouse" doors up without permission.