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Slinkachu's 'The Last Resort' Stops Curious Pedestrians

 - May 19, 2011
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It's easy to miss out on the little things living in a big city. Luckily, there are artists out there crafting pieces that will stop you dead in your tracks, much like this Slinkachu The Last Resort sculpture.

This micro-sculpture consists of two tiny figurines drifting about on an island made from half of a tennis ball. They seem to be enjoying themselves though, soaking up some sun underneath a palm tree and drifting on calm waters. Did I forget to mention that the pair are actually floating in the middle of a puddle? From a distance, the Slinkachu The Last Resort is very easy to miss since it blends in so well with the environment, but don't miss your chance to check out this minuscule monument whenever you're in Wandsworth, London.