Devin Smith began working for a t-shirt factory in 2013 when inspiration struck. He now has one of the quirkiest hobbies around and it has now consumed five months of his free time.
The miniature artist began building a tiny replica of his studio. The project ended as a gift for his employers and is now displayed in their showroom. Taking the tiny clothing idea even further, Devin designed a completely functional screen printing rig that can actually transfer designs to tiny clothes for dolls…
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