Small is beautiful, tiny is better

As proved by the London-based artist, Slinkachu.


Little People commenced in 2006 with remodeled railway people distributed around the city in an array of scenarios.

They're not pets, Susan_by Slinkachu

The effect transcends the Lilliputian and encompasses both the magical and the grotesque, with the introduction of Inner City Snail providing an added edge to the scale of disparity.

via Slinkachu

Having conducted exhibits in Britain, the USA, Italy, Norway and Germany (to name but a few), the Slinkachu’s work also ties into charitable endeavors  raising money through shows for the Bhopal Medical Appeal and War Child.


Currently showing at The British Music Experience museum of popular music at the O2 until 28 March, the exhibits are showing alongside photography and artwork that marks the links between War Child and the music industry over the past 20 years.


For further details on Slinkachu’s installations for War Child, visit the Little People blog; to find out more about the exhibition 20 Years of War Child, click here.

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2 comments on “Small is beautiful, tiny is better

  1. Haitham Al-Sheeshany
    February 25, 2013

    How do such ideas spur up! Amazingly amazing 🙂

  2. Pingback: Slinkachu – Inspirational Artist | timneath

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