Series of surreal scenarios are all part of the world of ‘Little People’ captured by Scottish artist David Gilliver

Little people in surreal scenarios by macro photographer David Gilliver

Fantastic Voyage by Slinkachu from the Little People Project    http://little-people.blogspot.com.au/

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Fantastic Voyage by Slinkachu from the Little People Project. You can't help but love the way in which Slinkachu reacts to the world and to human beings.

I think that this image is good because it shows a nice depth of field and also the use of the ark colour in the background attracts peoples eye more to the half pipe orange peel. what I think could've made this better Is if they took the light out from the back so people don't get distracted and don't concentrate on the main part of the image. in my opinion I really like this picture because of the dark and bright colour and the way they have used a orange peel as a mini half pipe.

Slinkachu's street art installations and photograph series "Little People Project" reminds us that beauty lays in the details. Create your own art using your child's favorite little toys and Slinkachu as inspiration!

Little People...hey Cassie, look what I found...:) !!!!

Creative Adventures in a Tiny World

In his Little People series, French photographer Jean-Joseph Renucci joins the ranks of Slinkachu and Christopher Boffoli in creating fantastic, tiny, whim

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Slinkachu's New Miniature Scenes From Around the Globe

Weeds are Back: little people in the urban jungle in Strasbourg by Vincent   Bousserez.

Weeds are Back: little people in the urban jungle in Strasbourg by Vincent Bousserez

Weeds are Back: little people in the urban jungle in Strasbourg by Vincent Bousserez.

"Little People Project" by Slinkachu

Little people project – cool miniature art – chicquero – coke .

Minimiam is an ongoing art series by husband and wife team Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida, who take tiny toys, strategically place them with food and photograph the surreal miniature worlds they have created.

Minimiam, Couple Photographs Worlds Made With Tiny Toys & Food

Minimiam is an ongoing art series by husband and wife team Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida, who take tiny toys, strategically place them with food and photograph the surreal miniature photography and miniature art miniature worlds they have created.

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