Anonymouse is the Swedish art group that’s creating little homes for mice around the city, and it’s absolutely adorable.
No one really knows how they pop up, just that there’s a Swedish group called Anonymouse that sets them up in the dead of night. They’re elusive, quick, and brilliant.
The tiny houses show up in all sorts of areas, and they’re not always houses either. There are stores, private eye offices, and more – and the details go down to the wallpaper.
In case you ever wondered if mice needed music like we do, they now have their own record store:
Mice, of course, have very important things to mail across town:
They also have a little study where they can get their detective work done:
I mean, check out that incredible wall of evidence and red string:
Of course, what’s a house for mice without a beautiful place for them to have dinner:
They also have a place to buy their pharmaceuticals, for when their little bodies need some medicine:
We keep waiting for new ones to arrive, but in the meantime, check out these hilariously cute tweets below.
— Marcus Ekelund (@marcuse) October 14, 2018
One of the coolest traditions in Malmö is the “mouse installation” from art group #Anonymouse that comes every December. Different location every time and they put it up and take it down without warning which gives it an extra dimension, you must hurry out if you want to see it. pic.twitter.com/LLUjk5hn5C
— Erik Torstensson (@ejtorstensson) December 23, 2018
— Erik Torstensson (@ejtorstensson) July 10, 2020
Checked out #Anonymouse new shelter, hair salon and dance studio in Malmö today 🐀
“Paw in paw”, “Hair and Furever” and “Mama Mouskewitz dance studio” pic.twitter.com/cvL7LvT8d3
— Bibi the Bitch (@ChrystaliaPoof) December 20, 2018
— Barbara Picci (@brababella) December 28, 2019