Productivity killer: tiny street art

A miniature art exhibition has toured big cities across Europe in hopes helping city dwellers be more aware of their surroundings amid the daily hustle and bustle.

The Little People Project places tiny figurines in all kinds of situations on the street – smoking a giant cigarette, climbing a ladder, swimming in a puddle. It’s the brainchild of Slinkachu, an elusive artist, describing himself as 5-foot-9, handsome, age 28.

Design Inspiration compiled some good picks of some of his work to help you stop and enjoy the little things in life.


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