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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On May - 16 - 2020

Slinkachu Photography - Last Kiss

Slinkachu Photography - Last Kiss



Slinkachu is a artist based in London. He showcases an extraordinary work of photography aptly named “The Little People Project,” which consists of photographs of miniatures. What’s interesting, these photos were shot by staging a scene of miniatures in streets, creating a world like no other.

Slinkachu has been an ongoing project since 2006, and has been shot in many cities of every corner of the work. After photographs, the miniatures are left there as is on the streets and due to its tiny size, any random things can happen to them.

Slinkachu is his alias, and he tightly conceal his real name. He was once an art director in London when he started his artistic miniature photographs as a hobby. Read the rest of this entry »

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