Leif Parsons (b. PA, resides Brooklyn, NY, USA) - For The Stone column for the New York Times, 2012 Drawings
Stumblers , Istanbul , 2014
Pichi & Avo
Anthony Gormley, sculptures from “Domains”, “Bodies in Space" and "Apart" at his studio, 2003
Slinkachu – The Little People
‘The Little People’ is a miniature street sculpture and photography project by anonymous London based artist, Slinkachu.
The project began in 2006 and is designed to encourage those of us who live and work in the city, to be more aware of our surroundings and to look for the less obvious in day too day situations.
The majority of the scenes created by the artist explore the emotional isolation that one can often experience when living in a large city. However there is always a level of humour to the work, with the aim of getting the audience to empathise with these tiny people, all of whom are just reworking’s of the miniatures you find on architectural models and model railways.
More Slinkachu here: www.slinkachu.com
Just want to mention that I plan on doing a whole series of these dudes, with hopefully some more surprises in store than just prints. On the off chance that both of these prints (and future breakable dudes) sell out, I will be reprinting a variant of them facing the opposite direction (with a slight change) so that any matchup is possible. I REALLY like making these dudes, and I hope people enjoy them enough to put them in their homes, so that others may imagine the ensuing battle.
Both of these dudes will be #SDCC exclusives, available at my table at the Nucleus booth (#2743).