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Stop whatever you're doing and click through this slideshow of miniature old-school storefronts made by professional model maker Randy Hage. According to an interview over at Vanishing New York, Hage started creating the pieces to memorialize disappearing mom-and-pop shops like the Vesuvio Bakery. As Curbed points out, the concept sounds geeky, but only until you start looking at the models and realize that Hage is clearly a genius. [Curbed via VNY]