If you've ever watched an episode of the "Gilmore Girls," at one point or another you were probably jealous of their close-knit quaint town. Of course, then you realized how horrible it would be to live next to someone like Babette, and you snapped back to reality. But still, there's no denying that Stars Hollow looked like a magical place, so much so that it prompted Brazlian artist Bruna Salvador Conforto to create an amazing replica of the town.
Conforto constructed Lorelai and Rory's home, Miss Patty's School of Ballet and Kim's Antiques, along with other staples from the show. Each structure is made entirely out of paper and is hand-painted by the artist.
We first got a glimpse of her work when she made a mock-up of the famous "Friends" apartment in incredible detail.
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