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The Little People Project

Tired of the same ole photography routine? Flex those macro muscles and be inspired with London-based photographer Slinkachu’s unique little project.

There are two things on my mind right now: (1) I need a thesis topic so so so bad! (2) I want a new artsy little personal project to keep my creative juices flowing even if there is 90% possibility I wouldn’t finish it. So I went to Photojojo and grinned at their awesome photography ideas…and then I got to this blog post about a street art using little model people – I love making scale models, I love the challenge proportion presents, so this immediately caught my attention.

Slinkachu is a London-based photographer who claims has been “abandoning little people on the streets since 2006″. He creates his own little model people and props and set them up on strategic spots on the street, takes some shots, and leaves his little people for finders-keepers. He called this The Little People Project. Here are some awesome shots¬† that might inspire all of us:

It’s not always about the biggies. See more of The Little People Project.


About klacenklai

Klarizza Jose is a landscape architect by day, dreamer and digital artist by night, and is in an on-again off-again relationship with coffee.


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