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street artist Slinkachu creates tiny works of urban artwork that are easily overlooked

Slinkachu's big hearted tiny landscapes

<b>Andipa Gallery in London is showing the latest print release from "little people" artist Slinkachu.</b> Crowds were asked to track down these installations and so they scoured the streets looking for Slinkachu& works in public places.

Slinkachu keeps on invading the streets on London with his tiny people. The London-based artist creates street art that will often go unnotticed, which is

New miniature people in urban environment by Slinkachu

Street artist Slinkachu’s creates project intitled Minaturesque, the artist will feature 17 images of his miniature masterpieces on paper and aluminum. as well as new sculptural pieces.

‘Little People‘, which installs tiny scenes in urban areas, London-based artist Slinkachu

Known for his series ‘Little People‘, which installs tiny scenes in urban areas, London-based artist Slinkachu dropped what looks like the severed finger of a giant among figures that are barely an inch tall.

Faith- do Artista Slinkachu

Faith, os pequeninos suicidas de Slinkachu

Miniature Street Art Installations Take Over London | The Creators Project

Miniature Street Art Installations Take Over London

Sculpture that has exaggerated scale (either incredibly large or miniature) Slinkachu:Landscape Painting 2012 3 inches

Slinkachu is a UK-based artist who creates tiny scenes on city streets that are both humorous and compelling. He photographs each scene and then leaves it to be discovered.

Miniature City Scenes: 21 of Slinkachu’s Tiny Art Installations

Creative art project by Slinkachu features tiny people strategically placed on the streets of European cities for everyone to discover and enjoy.

Street Photography by Slinkachu - Little People - A tiny Street Art Collection

Macro photographer David Gilliver proves it’s a small world after all

Surreal scenarios by macro photographer David Gilliver. The Guernsey-based finance worker, who began producing the little people series at the tail end of uses a DSLR camera and a macro lens to capture his unique snapshots of life in Smallville.