We've found the coolest peanut around: Pete Peanut, the star of writer and designer Sean Hewens and designer and artist Mimi O Chun's book , currently on Kickstarter. The book, a miniature homage to mid-century modern's greats, was inspired after a visit to Palms Springs Modernism Week, the designers told . The inspirations shine brilliantly through the itty-bitty sets, which are so perfectly made we wouldn't fault you if you thought them full-sized — the teeny peanut Pete is the only indicator of their true size.
Chun and Hewens have recreated iconic furniture from George Nelson, Eero Saarinen, Finn Juhl, Florence Knoll, and many more, putting painstaking effort into crafting the pint-sized furniture using X-acto knives, felt, and strips of wood. "But overall, the simple, clean lines—often pure geometry—found in mid-century and Danish modern sensibilities helps with creating pieces at this scale," Chun told Dwell. Sure, it may be too tiny to move in — but we'll settle for admiring their impeccable creations.
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