The good people at Blue Rider Press sent me a copy of London-based artist Slinkachu's book Global Model Village. “Mixing visual art and humor with a melancholic edge, the London-based Slinkachu places tiny train set figurines on streets in contact with life-size found objects, leaving them to fend for themselves and be discovered.”

The juxtaposition of pictures play with perspective and invites the viewer to project the sense of smallness unto our own selves.

Check out Slinkachu’s website and grab of copy of Global Model Village here.



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    AHHHH love Slinkachu’s work, reminds me of my AS Photography work
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    Site Seeing Global Model Village [[MORE]]
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