Artist Randy Hage has created miniature versions of beloved New York City storefronts before, and now he's got three new detailed offerings ahead of his gallery show (which will be in... Los Angeles) next month. According to Vanishing NY, Hage has now shrunk down Yonah Shimmel Knish Bakery on the LES, Ray's Grocery on Flatbush (complete with the Space Patrol kiddie ride), and the shuttered Zig Zag Records in Sheepshead Bay to 1/12th of their actual sizes.

His solo show in LA is a charity event worth mentioning: 100% of the sales will be donated to the Rachel Ann Hage Neuro-Oncology Research Fund, in honor of Randy's daughter who passed away in 2000 from a brain tumor when she was just four years old. Hage told Vanishing NY, "My wife told me that she thought my attachment to the loss of the New York storefronts was somehow birthed from emotions surrounding the loss of our daughter."

Since we'll all be in New York, you can always send in a donation to: The Rachel Ann Hage Neuro-Oncology Fund c/o Children's Hospital Los Angeles, 4650 Sunset Blvd., Los Angles, CA 90027. And you can see much more of his amazing work right here.