Lunar and martian rocks, mummy wrap, dinosaur eggs and dino dung–these are just some of the things you’ll find suspended in the Mini Museum. And when they say “mini,” they really meant mini because they measure only a couple inches long and wide. Conceptualized by Hans Fex, the mini museums will come in small sizes, with the small one containing 11 specimens, the medium one containing 22 specimens, and the large one containing 33 specimens.
Basically the relics will come from Hans’ collection, which he gathered from various continents for last the 35 years. He will be breaking these down into smaller pieces and embed them in clear resin for the mini museums.
Each one will be made by hand and individually numbered. Only a limited number for each size will be made, so if you’re interested to own a little part of history that you won’t be able to get anywhere else, then you might want to back his project because all the slots are filled.
The Mini Museum is currently up for funding on Kickstarter, where a minimum pledge of $99 will get you one of your very own small mini museum.