my Slinkachu Slinkachu
Artist and photographer from London, UK. I customise miniature figures and leave them on the streets to be found by the lucky few - or to be lost forever.

I have released three books of my work, available internationally - 'Little People In The City' (and the updated Dutch dual language version 'Big Bad City' ) & 'Global Model Village'. I am represented by Andipa Gallery in London, who sell my work. You can email me
A little Doctor Who tribute
Earls Court, London, 2014

So I am secretly a massive geek - I’ve loved Doctor Who since I was scared by ‘The Awakening’ (featuring a scary alien face in a wall!) in 1983 - one of my earliest memories as I was only 3! The show fired my imagination from an early age. So I made this the other day in a little nod to tomorrow’s episode, Flatline…. (You’ll have to watch to see why - I couldn’t resist!)
The police box featured is one of the few still around on the streets, you can see it right outside of Earls Court tube station.

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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
A little Doctor Who tribute
Earls Court, London, 2014

So I am secretly a massive geek - I’ve loved Doctor Who since I was scared by ‘The Awakening’ (featuring a scary alien face in a wall!) in 1983 - one of my earliest memories as I was only 3! The show fired my imagination from an early age. So I made this the other day in a little nod to tomorrow’s episode, Flatline…. (You’ll have to watch to see why - I couldn’t resist!)
The police box featured is one of the few still around on the streets, you can see it right outside of Earls Court tube station.

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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
A little Doctor Who tribute
Earls Court, London, 2014

So I am secretly a massive geek - I’ve loved Doctor Who since I was scared by ‘The Awakening’ (featuring a scary alien face in a wall!) in 1983 - one of my earliest memories as I was only 3! The show fired my imagination from an early age. So I made this the other day in a little nod to tomorrow’s episode, Flatline…. (You’ll have to watch to see why - I couldn’t resist!)
The police box featured is one of the few still around on the streets, you can see it right outside of Earls Court tube station.

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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
A little Doctor Who tribute
Earls Court, London, 2014

So I am secretly a massive geek - I’ve loved Doctor Who since I was scared by ‘The Awakening’ (featuring a scary alien face in a wall!) in 1983 - one of my earliest memories as I was only 3! The show fired my imagination from an early age. So I made this the other day in a little nod to tomorrow’s episode, Flatline…. (You’ll have to watch to see why - I couldn’t resist!)
The police box featured is one of the few still around on the streets, you can see it right outside of Earls Court tube station.

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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com

A little Doctor Who tribute

Earls Court, London, 2014

So I am secretly a massive geek - I’ve loved Doctor Who since I was scared by ‘The Awakening’ (featuring a scary alien face in a wall!) in 1983 - one of my earliest memories as I was only 3! The show fired my imagination from an early age. So I made this the other day in a little nod to tomorrow’s episode, Flatline…. (You’ll have to watch to see why - I couldn’t resist!)

The police box featured is one of the few still around on the streets, you can see it right outside of Earls Court tube station.

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Check out more of my work at:

slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com


Tug of War
Bank of England, London, 2014
I recently shot an installation outside of The Bank of England which will be shown by Andipa Gallery at Multiplied 2014 art fair held at Christies in London. Titled Tug of War, this new image represents the age-old battle between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have-nots’, summed up in a tug of war over a dropped £10 note. To compliment this theme you can view the image at the show as a very limited, 120x180cm aluminium-mounted, glossy ‘elite’ print. Conversely, theres also the ‘people’s’ version, printed in a tabloid newspaper format using traditional newspaper stock and ink with all the imperfections and idiosyncrasies you’d expect from newsprint. If you haven’t got the funds and the palatial space for the elite version, the newsprint version is available for only £10 (of course!) and is an unlimited, unsigned edition for sale to anyone at the show, until it closes. Also released by Andipa is a 120x80cm version in an edition of 10 and a 80x53cm version in an edition of 20, all signed and numbered.So pop along and pick up your copy - the show runs from 17th-20th October at Christies in London. Entry is free and you can also see a selection of my other works there too courtesy Andipa Gallery.For more information: 
www.andipa.com
http://www.christies.com/multiplied

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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Tug of War
Bank of England, London, 2014
I recently shot an installation outside of The Bank of England which will be shown by Andipa Gallery at Multiplied 2014 art fair held at Christies in London. Titled Tug of War, this new image represents the age-old battle between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have-nots’, summed up in a tug of war over a dropped £10 note. To compliment this theme you can view the image at the show as a very limited, 120x180cm aluminium-mounted, glossy ‘elite’ print. Conversely, theres also the ‘people’s’ version, printed in a tabloid newspaper format using traditional newspaper stock and ink with all the imperfections and idiosyncrasies you’d expect from newsprint. If you haven’t got the funds and the palatial space for the elite version, the newsprint version is available for only £10 (of course!) and is an unlimited, unsigned edition for sale to anyone at the show, until it closes. Also released by Andipa is a 120x80cm version in an edition of 10 and a 80x53cm version in an edition of 20, all signed and numbered.So pop along and pick up your copy - the show runs from 17th-20th October at Christies in London. Entry is free and you can also see a selection of my other works there too courtesy Andipa Gallery.For more information: 
www.andipa.com
http://www.christies.com/multiplied

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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Tug of War
Bank of England, London, 2014
I recently shot an installation outside of The Bank of England which will be shown by Andipa Gallery at Multiplied 2014 art fair held at Christies in London. Titled Tug of War, this new image represents the age-old battle between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have-nots’, summed up in a tug of war over a dropped £10 note. To compliment this theme you can view the image at the show as a very limited, 120x180cm aluminium-mounted, glossy ‘elite’ print. Conversely, theres also the ‘people’s’ version, printed in a tabloid newspaper format using traditional newspaper stock and ink with all the imperfections and idiosyncrasies you’d expect from newsprint. If you haven’t got the funds and the palatial space for the elite version, the newsprint version is available for only £10 (of course!) and is an unlimited, unsigned edition for sale to anyone at the show, until it closes. Also released by Andipa is a 120x80cm version in an edition of 10 and a 80x53cm version in an edition of 20, all signed and numbered.So pop along and pick up your copy - the show runs from 17th-20th October at Christies in London. Entry is free and you can also see a selection of my other works there too courtesy Andipa Gallery.For more information: 
www.andipa.com
http://www.christies.com/multiplied

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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Tug of War
Bank of England, London, 2014
I recently shot an installation outside of The Bank of England which will be shown by Andipa Gallery at Multiplied 2014 art fair held at Christies in London. Titled Tug of War, this new image represents the age-old battle between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have-nots’, summed up in a tug of war over a dropped £10 note. To compliment this theme you can view the image at the show as a very limited, 120x180cm aluminium-mounted, glossy ‘elite’ print. Conversely, theres also the ‘people’s’ version, printed in a tabloid newspaper format using traditional newspaper stock and ink with all the imperfections and idiosyncrasies you’d expect from newsprint. If you haven’t got the funds and the palatial space for the elite version, the newsprint version is available for only £10 (of course!) and is an unlimited, unsigned edition for sale to anyone at the show, until it closes. Also released by Andipa is a 120x80cm version in an edition of 10 and a 80x53cm version in an edition of 20, all signed and numbered.So pop along and pick up your copy - the show runs from 17th-20th October at Christies in London. Entry is free and you can also see a selection of my other works there too courtesy Andipa Gallery.For more information: 
www.andipa.com
http://www.christies.com/multiplied

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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Tug of War
Bank of England, London, 2014
I recently shot an installation outside of The Bank of England which will be shown by Andipa Gallery at Multiplied 2014 art fair held at Christies in London. Titled Tug of War, this new image represents the age-old battle between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have-nots’, summed up in a tug of war over a dropped £10 note. To compliment this theme you can view the image at the show as a very limited, 120x180cm aluminium-mounted, glossy ‘elite’ print. Conversely, theres also the ‘people’s’ version, printed in a tabloid newspaper format using traditional newspaper stock and ink with all the imperfections and idiosyncrasies you’d expect from newsprint. If you haven’t got the funds and the palatial space for the elite version, the newsprint version is available for only £10 (of course!) and is an unlimited, unsigned edition for sale to anyone at the show, until it closes. Also released by Andipa is a 120x80cm version in an edition of 10 and a 80x53cm version in an edition of 20, all signed and numbered.So pop along and pick up your copy - the show runs from 17th-20th October at Christies in London. Entry is free and you can also see a selection of my other works there too courtesy Andipa Gallery.For more information: 
www.andipa.com
http://www.christies.com/multiplied

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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Tug of War
Bank of England, London, 2014
I recently shot an installation outside of The Bank of England which will be shown by Andipa Gallery at Multiplied 2014 art fair held at Christies in London. Titled Tug of War, this new image represents the age-old battle between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have-nots’, summed up in a tug of war over a dropped £10 note. To compliment this theme you can view the image at the show as a very limited, 120x180cm aluminium-mounted, glossy ‘elite’ print. Conversely, theres also the ‘people’s’ version, printed in a tabloid newspaper format using traditional newspaper stock and ink with all the imperfections and idiosyncrasies you’d expect from newsprint. If you haven’t got the funds and the palatial space for the elite version, the newsprint version is available for only £10 (of course!) and is an unlimited, unsigned edition for sale to anyone at the show, until it closes. Also released by Andipa is a 120x80cm version in an edition of 10 and a 80x53cm version in an edition of 20, all signed and numbered.So pop along and pick up your copy - the show runs from 17th-20th October at Christies in London. Entry is free and you can also see a selection of my other works there too courtesy Andipa Gallery.For more information: 
www.andipa.com
http://www.christies.com/multiplied

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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Tug of War
Bank of England, London, 2014
I recently shot an installation outside of The Bank of England which will be shown by Andipa Gallery at Multiplied 2014 art fair held at Christies in London. Titled Tug of War, this new image represents the age-old battle between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have-nots’, summed up in a tug of war over a dropped £10 note. To compliment this theme you can view the image at the show as a very limited, 120x180cm aluminium-mounted, glossy ‘elite’ print. Conversely, theres also the ‘people’s’ version, printed in a tabloid newspaper format using traditional newspaper stock and ink with all the imperfections and idiosyncrasies you’d expect from newsprint. If you haven’t got the funds and the palatial space for the elite version, the newsprint version is available for only £10 (of course!) and is an unlimited, unsigned edition for sale to anyone at the show, until it closes. Also released by Andipa is a 120x80cm version in an edition of 10 and a 80x53cm version in an edition of 20, all signed and numbered.So pop along and pick up your copy - the show runs from 17th-20th October at Christies in London. Entry is free and you can also see a selection of my other works there too courtesy Andipa Gallery.For more information: 
www.andipa.com
http://www.christies.com/multiplied

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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Tug of War
Bank of England, London, 2014
I recently shot an installation outside of The Bank of England which will be shown by Andipa Gallery at Multiplied 2014 art fair held at Christies in London. Titled Tug of War, this new image represents the age-old battle between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have-nots’, summed up in a tug of war over a dropped £10 note. To compliment this theme you can view the image at the show as a very limited, 120x180cm aluminium-mounted, glossy ‘elite’ print. Conversely, theres also the ‘people’s’ version, printed in a tabloid newspaper format using traditional newspaper stock and ink with all the imperfections and idiosyncrasies you’d expect from newsprint. If you haven’t got the funds and the palatial space for the elite version, the newsprint version is available for only £10 (of course!) and is an unlimited, unsigned edition for sale to anyone at the show, until it closes. Also released by Andipa is a 120x80cm version in an edition of 10 and a 80x53cm version in an edition of 20, all signed and numbered.So pop along and pick up your copy - the show runs from 17th-20th October at Christies in London. Entry is free and you can also see a selection of my other works there too courtesy Andipa Gallery.For more information: 
www.andipa.com
http://www.christies.com/multiplied

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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Tug of War
Bank of England, London, 2014
I recently shot an installation outside of The Bank of England which will be shown by Andipa Gallery at Multiplied 2014 art fair held at Christies in London. Titled Tug of War, this new image represents the age-old battle between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have-nots’, summed up in a tug of war over a dropped £10 note. To compliment this theme you can view the image at the show as a very limited, 120x180cm aluminium-mounted, glossy ‘elite’ print. Conversely, theres also the ‘people’s’ version, printed in a tabloid newspaper format using traditional newspaper stock and ink with all the imperfections and idiosyncrasies you’d expect from newsprint. If you haven’t got the funds and the palatial space for the elite version, the newsprint version is available for only £10 (of course!) and is an unlimited, unsigned edition for sale to anyone at the show, until it closes. Also released by Andipa is a 120x80cm version in an edition of 10 and a 80x53cm version in an edition of 20, all signed and numbered.So pop along and pick up your copy - the show runs from 17th-20th October at Christies in London. Entry is free and you can also see a selection of my other works there too courtesy Andipa Gallery.For more information: 
www.andipa.com
http://www.christies.com/multiplied

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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com

Tug of War

Bank of England, London, 2014

I recently shot an installation outside of The Bank of England which will be shown by Andipa Gallery at Multiplied 2014 art fair held at Christies in London. Titled Tug of War, this new image represents the age-old battle between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have-nots’, summed up in a tug of war over a dropped £10 note. 

To compliment this theme you can view the image at the show as a very limited, 120x180cm aluminium-mounted, glossy ‘elite’ print. Conversely, theres also the ‘people’s’ version, printed in a tabloid newspaper format using traditional newspaper stock and ink with all the imperfections and idiosyncrasies you’d expect from newsprint. If you haven’t got the funds and the palatial space for the elite version, the newsprint version is available for only £10 (of course!) and is an unlimited, unsigned edition for sale to anyone at the show, until it closes. 

Also released by Andipa is a 120x80cm version in an edition of 10 and a 80x53cm version in an edition of 20, all signed and numbered.

So pop along and pick up your copy - the show runs from 17th-20th October at Christies in London. Entry is free and you can also see a selection of my other works there too courtesy Andipa Gallery.

For more information: 

Check out more of my work at:

slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com


Wild Life
Ocean View, Cape Town, South Africa
This was shot at the end of 2011 and is featured in my last book Global Model Village (which, in a blatant plug, you can find here —-> http://goo.gl/RDGxhu)
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Wild Life
Ocean View, Cape Town, South Africa
This was shot at the end of 2011 and is featured in my last book Global Model Village (which, in a blatant plug, you can find here —-> http://goo.gl/RDGxhu)
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Wild Life
Ocean View, Cape Town, South Africa
This was shot at the end of 2011 and is featured in my last book Global Model Village (which, in a blatant plug, you can find here —-> http://goo.gl/RDGxhu)
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com

Wild Life

Ocean View, Cape Town, South Africa

This was shot at the end of 2011 and is featured in my last book Global Model Village (which, in a blatant plug, you can find here —-> http://goo.gl/RDGxhu)

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Check out more of my work at:

slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com


Alpining

Fulham, London

I often get asked how long my installations last on the streets - but apart from a few exceptions, I don’t often check them and so don’t really know. This one, shot as part of a commission for NZZ Folio (a Swiss broadsheet suplement) is one of those exceptions. I shot it in September 2013 and two months later it was still intact, with one little intruder. A month after that and everything was still there too. The last time I passed by was March 2014, a few weeks ago, and all but one of the figures remained (with another little intruder - see if you can spot him!).Which is all a round-about way of saying; sometimes the installations last quite a while!
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Alpining

Fulham, London

I often get asked how long my installations last on the streets - but apart from a few exceptions, I don’t often check them and so don’t really know. This one, shot as part of a commission for NZZ Folio (a Swiss broadsheet suplement) is one of those exceptions. I shot it in September 2013 and two months later it was still intact, with one little intruder. A month after that and everything was still there too. The last time I passed by was March 2014, a few weeks ago, and all but one of the figures remained (with another little intruder - see if you can spot him!).Which is all a round-about way of saying; sometimes the installations last quite a while!
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Alpining

Fulham, London

I often get asked how long my installations last on the streets - but apart from a few exceptions, I don’t often check them and so don’t really know. This one, shot as part of a commission for NZZ Folio (a Swiss broadsheet suplement) is one of those exceptions. I shot it in September 2013 and two months later it was still intact, with one little intruder. A month after that and everything was still there too. The last time I passed by was March 2014, a few weeks ago, and all but one of the figures remained (with another little intruder - see if you can spot him!).Which is all a round-about way of saying; sometimes the installations last quite a while!
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Alpining

Fulham, London

I often get asked how long my installations last on the streets - but apart from a few exceptions, I don’t often check them and so don’t really know. This one, shot as part of a commission for NZZ Folio (a Swiss broadsheet suplement) is one of those exceptions. I shot it in September 2013 and two months later it was still intact, with one little intruder. A month after that and everything was still there too. The last time I passed by was March 2014, a few weeks ago, and all but one of the figures remained (with another little intruder - see if you can spot him!).Which is all a round-about way of saying; sometimes the installations last quite a while!
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Alpining

Fulham, London

I often get asked how long my installations last on the streets - but apart from a few exceptions, I don’t often check them and so don’t really know. This one, shot as part of a commission for NZZ Folio (a Swiss broadsheet suplement) is one of those exceptions. I shot it in September 2013 and two months later it was still intact, with one little intruder. A month after that and everything was still there too. The last time I passed by was March 2014, a few weeks ago, and all but one of the figures remained (with another little intruder - see if you can spot him!).Which is all a round-about way of saying; sometimes the installations last quite a while!
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Alpining

Fulham, London

I often get asked how long my installations last on the streets - but apart from a few exceptions, I don’t often check them and so don’t really know. This one, shot as part of a commission for NZZ Folio (a Swiss broadsheet suplement) is one of those exceptions. I shot it in September 2013 and two months later it was still intact, with one little intruder. A month after that and everything was still there too. The last time I passed by was March 2014, a few weeks ago, and all but one of the figures remained (with another little intruder - see if you can spot him!).Which is all a round-about way of saying; sometimes the installations last quite a while!
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Alpining

Fulham, London

I often get asked how long my installations last on the streets - but apart from a few exceptions, I don’t often check them and so don’t really know. This one, shot as part of a commission for NZZ Folio (a Swiss broadsheet suplement) is one of those exceptions. I shot it in September 2013 and two months later it was still intact, with one little intruder. A month after that and everything was still there too. The last time I passed by was March 2014, a few weeks ago, and all but one of the figures remained (with another little intruder - see if you can spot him!).Which is all a round-about way of saying; sometimes the installations last quite a while!
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Alpining

Fulham, London

I often get asked how long my installations last on the streets - but apart from a few exceptions, I don’t often check them and so don’t really know. This one, shot as part of a commission for NZZ Folio (a Swiss broadsheet suplement) is one of those exceptions. I shot it in September 2013 and two months later it was still intact, with one little intruder. A month after that and everything was still there too. The last time I passed by was March 2014, a few weeks ago, and all but one of the figures remained (with another little intruder - see if you can spot him!).Which is all a round-about way of saying; sometimes the installations last quite a while!
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com

Alpining

Fulham, London

I often get asked how long my installations last on the streets - but apart from a few exceptions, I don’t often check them and so don’t really know. This one, shot as part of a commission for NZZ Folio (a Swiss broadsheet suplement) is one of those exceptions. I shot it in September 2013 and two months later it was still intact, with one little intruder. A month after that and everything was still there too. The last time I passed by was March 2014, a few weeks ago, and all but one of the figures remained (with another little intruder - see if you can spot him!).
Which is all a round-about way of saying; sometimes the installations last quite a while!

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Check out more of my work at:

slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com


Fez
I don’t often post images of installations that are created for display in a gallery setting, so here are a few of one I created at the end of 2013 for an exhibition in Istanbul, Turkey. 
You can read more about the protests in Turkey here.
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Fez
I don’t often post images of installations that are created for display in a gallery setting, so here are a few of one I created at the end of 2013 for an exhibition in Istanbul, Turkey. 
You can read more about the protests in Turkey here.
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Fez
I don’t often post images of installations that are created for display in a gallery setting, so here are a few of one I created at the end of 2013 for an exhibition in Istanbul, Turkey. 
You can read more about the protests in Turkey here.
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Fez
I don’t often post images of installations that are created for display in a gallery setting, so here are a few of one I created at the end of 2013 for an exhibition in Istanbul, Turkey. 
You can read more about the protests in Turkey here.
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Fez
I don’t often post images of installations that are created for display in a gallery setting, so here are a few of one I created at the end of 2013 for an exhibition in Istanbul, Turkey. 
You can read more about the protests in Turkey here.
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Fez
I don’t often post images of installations that are created for display in a gallery setting, so here are a few of one I created at the end of 2013 for an exhibition in Istanbul, Turkey. 
You can read more about the protests in Turkey here.
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com

Fez

I don’t often post images of installations that are created for display in a gallery setting, so here are a few of one I created at the end of 2013 for an exhibition in Istanbul, Turkey. 

You can read more about the protests in Turkey here.

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Check out more of my work at:

slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com


Faded Grandeur
Lalla Hasna Park, Marrakech, Morocco
These little guys were left at the end of 2010. The shot is featured in my last book Global Model Village and is also available as a print from Andipa Gallery.
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Faded Grandeur
Lalla Hasna Park, Marrakech, Morocco
These little guys were left at the end of 2010. The shot is featured in my last book Global Model Village and is also available as a print from Andipa Gallery.
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Faded Grandeur
Lalla Hasna Park, Marrakech, Morocco
These little guys were left at the end of 2010. The shot is featured in my last book Global Model Village and is also available as a print from Andipa Gallery.
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com


Faded Grandeur

Lalla Hasna Park, Marrakech, Morocco

These little guys were left at the end of 2010. The shot is featured in my last book Global Model Village and is also available as a print from Andipa Gallery.

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Check out more of my work at:

slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com


Hide and Seek
Wandsworth Common, London, UK
This work was produced in conjunction with the charity War Child to celebrate their 20th anniversary earlier this year.
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Hide and Seek
Wandsworth Common, London, UK
This work was produced in conjunction with the charity War Child to celebrate their 20th anniversary earlier this year.
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com
Hide and Seek
Wandsworth Common, London, UK
This work was produced in conjunction with the charity War Child to celebrate their 20th anniversary earlier this year.
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Check out more of my work at:
slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com

Hide and Seek

Wandsworth Common, London, UK

This work was produced in conjunction with the charity War Child to celebrate their 20th anniversary earlier this year.

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Check out more of my work at:

slinkachu.com  /  little-people.blogspot.com  /  andipa.com