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2020
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Tiny art captures big memories

San Antonio artist shows Whataburger like you’ve never seen it before

When Steven Cromwell tells his story, he thinks small. But he’s big on details.

Take, for example, his Whataburger replica. You can practically smell burgers and fries at the mini orange-and-white A-frame.

Cromwell is a diorama artist. When he creates miniatures, he keeps it real by drawing on his experiences. He’s also a native Texan who grew up eating Whataburger, and he worked there.

Check out what the artist has cooked up. Can it get any cuter than those teeny-tiny burgers?

Almost 70 years ago, an entrepreneur named Harmon Dobson had a bold idea: to serve a burger so big that it took two hands to hold, and so good that customers couldn't help but exclaim, “What a burger!” This declaration inspired the name of his tiny burger stand in Corpus Christi, Texas, and still inspires everything we do today. Learn more about us www.whataburger.com.

https://stories.whataburger.com/since-1950

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