Art
Take a Tour of Tiny Meow Wolf
Explore some of the many miniatures and pocket-sized dimensions to be found across our three permanent exhibitions.
BY
Jena Braziel
January 12, 2023

Meow Wolf’s love of miniatures is nothing new. We’ve been obsessed with itty bitty objects for years. Who doesn’t let out an “awww” when their eyes are blessed with a scaled-down version of a hedgehog holding nearly microscopic marshmallows over a campfire to make the tiniest s’mores? We don’t want to know.

We’ve rounded up some diminutive dioramas and super-small scenes (feat. extraordinary details) across our three exhibitions. Enjoy, and see how many minis you can find on your next visit!

House of Eternal Return

scaled-down version of people surrounded a speaker that looks like a UFO with a bright red sun behind
Charter Case 117: Fallen Object” by Shakti Howeth inside House of Eternal Return. Photo by Kate Russell

a hamster being tested on by tiny humans in a desert
Nimsesku” the hamster can be found in several places throughout House of Eternal Return. Photo by Kate Russell

a dark magical forest with flowers and mollusks in shades of red and purple. There are tiny houses inside the forest floorr
Crystal Grotto” by Sofia Howard inside House of Eternal Return. Photo by Kennedy Cottrell.

a small floating being inside a toilet at House of Eternal Return
Floating Lex Projection” inside House of Eternal Return. Photo by Kate Russell

a small world nested inside a beautiful, patterned tree
Convergence Tree” by Quinn Tincher inside House of Eternal Return. Photo by Kate Russell

Omega Mart

inside Omega Mart, this is a diorama of people carrying red peppers, known as Zalg, inside Plenty Valley at Omega Mart
Zalg Harvest” by Scott Geary inside Omega Mart. Photo by Atlas Media

a small bat standing above a neon green lava flow with fluffy clouds hanging above and lightning coming down
On the Eighth Day” inside Omega Mart. Photo by Atlas Media

General Oleander amongst some dark rocks with a purple light shining in from the left
The Abandoned Dimension” inside Omega Mart. Photo by Atlas Media

small city in the side of a mountain and a fog rolling in front the back
Seven Monolith Village” by David Mcpherson inside Omega Mart. Photo by Kate Russell

Convergence Station

diorama of a river running through and lots of old items on either side of the riverbank
Bottom of Tank” by David Cudney inside Convergence Station. Photo by Nikki A. Rae

tiny diorama of a person with a hat on, sitting on ice cubes wish a fishing pole
Night Fishing” by Charlotte Thurman inside Convergence Station. Photo by Nikki A. Rae

miniature version of people working on broken cell phones
Night Fishing” by Charlotte Thurman inside Convergence Station. Photo by Nikki A. Rae

a subway train covered in graffiti inside a brick wall
Geary’s Alley” by Scott Geary inside Convergence Station. Photo by Kennedy Cottrell

looking in a window at a diorama of a taxi n between two buildings with a gorilla climbing up the building on the right
You are Here” by Scott Hildebrandt inside Convergence Station. Photo by Sam Nguyen
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