Tiny Hand-Painted Figures Left on the Street

By: Going Like Sixty - Published: Jan 14, 2009   Updated: Jul 11 2011 • References: little-people.blogspot & popgive
I like contextual art; art that by itself is interesting, but when placed in context is amazing.

Slinkachu loves “Little People - a tiny street art project” which features tiny -- very tiny -- hand painted figures placed throughout London and left to deal with the street life. Cleaning up the street, becoming a victim of the street, dealing with life's challenges, are all onestly dealt with by Slinkachu.

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