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Learn To Make Tiny Street Art With Slinkachu

Learn To Make Tiny Street Art With Slinkachu

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Little people collect rat turds...
Little people collect rat turds...
...for sale at the little wurst stall.
...for sale at the little wurst stall.

Slinkachu has become one of the world's most treasured street artists by making stuff that few people ever see. His tiny creations interact with disregarded urban features like puddles, cracks and crevices.

The artist will be running a London workshop on 23 September, at Rich Mix in Shoreditch. Slinkachu and design collective Craft Guerrilla will show you how to craft your own tiny people, before leading participants out onto the streets to photograph their handiwork. The best photo of the day will win a signed copy of the artist's new book, Global Model Village.

To take part, simply turn up at Rich Mix for a 12 noon start on Sunday 23 September. Entry is free, but on a first-come, first-served basis.

Slinkachu also has a new exhibition opening at Andipa Contemporary from 27 September to 28 October, showing the highlights of his new book.

Last Updated 16 July 2015

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