Do you ever feel like London’s just a bit too big? All those huge buildings, ginormous parks, the endless mass of people; hell, even the buses are double height. It can all get a little overwhelming. But if you need a break from the big city, you don’t need to get a train to the countryside (*shudder*), relief can be found in South Kensington where Andipa Gallery is showing teeny tiny sculptures by miniature maniac Slinkachu. The London street artist has been creating one centimetre-high artworks for years, popping little figures in all sorts of surprising locations. In this new show, you’ll find mini humans perusing art, walking dogs and waiting for the bus. When it all gets too much, it’s the little things that make all the difference.
Check out some more of the little guys below:
A trip down to Battersea
A visit to Fuller’s brewery in Hammersmith
A day out in Kew
A spin on the London Eye
Just don’t get caught by traffic wardens
Slinkachu’s ‘Miniaturesque’ is open now at Andipa Gallery.