He photographs the charming tableaus closeup as well as from a distance providing some context to the actual citiscape backgrounds. It’s as if another world, albeit a tiny one, coexists with our own.
The photographer has exhibited his unusual art form internationally in various museums and galleries. His prints are also for sale. Slinkachu has also published 2 books so far, Little People in the City : The Street Art of Slinkachu as well as Global Model Village : The International Street Art of Slinkachu.
What has he been up to recently? Slinkachu said back in October, “I’ve just got back from Paris where I was helping to promote ReAct Paris, a conference organised by the European Parliament to tackle the problems of unemployment in Europe, particularly youth unemployment, which in some parts of Europe stand close to a miserable 30%. I was leaving miniature workers hidden around the streets of Paris and asking the question “Why is it so hard to find a job?”
The following photographs are a couple of examples taken in Paris for this event. He shared them on his blog,appropriately titled Little People.