In today's day and age, we can practically get anything we want with just a snap of our fingers.
With the help of laptops and smartphones we're able to purchase basically anything we want online, and have it shipped to us as fast as possible.
While the 21st century has created an alternative to prolong our anti-social behavior, we also need to take time to honor all the things technology has made obsolete.
One of those things taken away from us are video stores, like Blockbuster and Hollywood Video. It seems like centuries ago we would go cruising to the rental store, and picking up the latest movie to watch with our friends. With a whole week to return the VHS tape, it was ample time to watch it over and over again until we got sick of it.
But with the introduction of streaming companies like Netflix and CraveTV, their purpose has been abolished, just like their stores.
While most of us are too preoccupied to mourn a huge loss from our childhood, British artist and movie enthusiast Andrew Glazebrook, 50, has brought back the nostalgia by creating his own miniature video store.