Miniature is a project about hand-drawn illustrations in manuscript books from the last millennium. It explores how Large Language Models (LLMs) blend elements from different cultures and times, creating images that rethink the past dynamically. This approach highlights cultural interconnections and complexities as seen by AI. A significant part of the project, focusing on Celestial Maps, was exhibited at 'A Well-trained Eye' at the University of Texas at Austin's VAC. Maria Emilia Fernandez writes about it: '[It] explores how a computer's imagination might conjure a celestial map drawing inspiration from Persian miniatures and medieval illuminated manuscripts, genres that have long fascinated the artist. These detailed charts invite us to gaze upon the heavens, contemplating the art of mapping, cataloging, and connecting stars to form constellations—an endeavor that demands a well-trained eye to discern the patterns drawn by astronomy.'