Slinkachu Does it Again with This Series of Micro Art

By: Stephanie Anderson - Published: Mar 29, 2011 • References: little-people.blogspot & andipa
As you may already know, Slinkachu is an artist whose passion lies in little forms. The Little People Project has been "Abandoning little people on the streets since 2006," according to the project's blog site. The street art project aims to encourage city people to be more aware of their surroundings and what is going on around them.

Recently, Slinkachu has decided to launch a solo show titled Concrete Ocean at the Andipa Gallery in London this month. His work doesn't just stop here, there is also a book you can purchase that contains all of Slinkachu's previous and most recent work, including these shots of a tennis ball island in a puddle. The beauty of Slinkachu's work is found in its ability to remind you of how small you are in comparison to a large, full world. Stats for Tiny Tennis Ball Islands Trending: Older & Mild
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