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Slinkachu is a master of the miniature world and he has been at it again with his recent show at Andipa Gallery in London. In conjunction with his book, Global Model Village, the installation with the same name featured what the artist described as "the common denominators of humankind, the dramas of hope and tragedy, loneliness and…
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Have you ever felt like a little person who was about to take flight in a big world? Miniature mastermind artist Slinkachu created a piece at New York's Brooklyn Bridge Park that symbolizes just that. Holding a bird feather with each hand, the miniature man braces himself for what's sure to be an…
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Slinkachu takes us on another fun ride with this latest piece from his ongoing project, "Little People, a Tiny Street Art Project." Titled "Relics," an old couple is seen checking out a Marlboro Red exhibit.…
UK-based artist Slinkachu recently released images of his latest installation: Chicken Tikka Disasta. This new piece is part of a larger effort to raise funds for the people of Bhopal who are still suffering the effects of the world’s worst industrial disaster - the chemical gas…
Apparently life is good in the miniature world. "The High Life" is the latest creation by one of our favorite artists, Slinkachu. The piece was shot on the streets of Italy, "near the local fly-tipping area and dog pound - the high life indeed!" The image is available in a…
The Little People Project by London-based Slinkachu is one of my all-time favorite art installations. After remodeling and painting miniature model train set characters, he places them on the street and takes photographs of them in funny and interesting predicaments.
"The street-based side of my work plays with the notion of…
From the same artist as the Inner City Snail, comes Little People.