Slinkachu

Little Big Men
Posted by Lina Kunimoto—07/2010

You never know what original trickster Slinkachu has got up his sleeve,
but chances are that it's microscopic in a big way. The London-based
artist uses the street as his stage, setting up teensy tiny figurines
and installations that cleverly interact with their real-size
environments: a surfer gliding on spilled milk, a pack of deer grazing
on discarded cigarette stubs. The results, snapped and uploaded onto the artist's website, are as entertaining as they are astute commentaries on the world around us.

Watch our Gestalten.tv podcast with the Beyond the Street: 100 Leading Figures in Urban Art contributor to find out just how he turns such little things into big ideas.

 

Beyond the Street

The 100 Leading Figures in Urban Art
Posted by Gestalten—12/2013
Definitive book on street art featuring 100 key figures from around the world in their own words and images.
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Urban Interventions

Personal Projects in Public Spaces
Posted by Gestalten—11/2013
The first book to document the next quantum leap in artistic work now hitting public spaces.
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Tangible

High Touch Visuals
Posted by Gestalten—12/2013
Graphic-inspired design, objects and spaces by creatives that are producing striking visual and spatial work.
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Beyond Architecture

Imaginative Buildings and Fictional Cities
Posted by Gestalten—12/2012
Visionary propositions for architecture and utopian worlds by renowned artists and designers.
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3deluxe-interior design

DFly jewellery shop in NYC
Posted by Gestalten—08/2002

The heterogeneous spatial impact of the jewellery shop Dâ € ™Fly owes to the contrast between emphatically tech-functional features and the organic forms of genetic architecture.

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3deluxe@Expo.02

Cyberhelvetia
Posted by Gestalten—08/2002

Cyberhelvetia.ch is a project for the Swiss National Exhibition Expo.02.

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Carsten Nicolai in Japan

Autopilot
Posted by Gestalten—08/2002

WATARI-UM, The Watari Museum of Contemporary Art

3-7-6 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku,

Tokyo 150-0001

Japan

Tel: 03-3402-3001

Fax: 03-3405-7714

E-mail: official@watarium.co.jp

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Raster-Noton Japan 2002

temporary shop in Tokyo
Posted by Gestalten—08/2002

Raster-Noton Project Japan 2002

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