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Hailing from Devon, but based out of London, Stuart “Slinkachu” Pantoll takes photographs of tiny figurines that he installs in site-specific settings. In a previous interview with ANIMAL, the artist and photographer said that he sources the miniature characters from model train sets and then customizes them. He recently unveiled an exhibit of new work […]

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Our favorite London-based miniature installation artist Slinkachu has kicked off the new year with a little souvenir he left in Moscow’s Gorky Park. His latest piece titled “Stroll,” much like it’s predecessors, was left subtly around. Also, it was “crushed” and “bleeding” inside a human footprint, which is all the well as it is 30°F in Moscow right […]

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British street artist Sinkachu recently made his American debut with a show at Soho’s Broome Street Gallery, and ANIMAL was there to document the proceedings, interviewing the artist about how he makes his trademark miniature figurines, the intersection of art and commerce, and the ironic message in the forward to his new book. Global Model […]

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London-based artist Slinkachu’s got a thing with splashing the big life via miniatures, but the above is one of a mix of cityscapes he’ll be featuring in his upcoming show, Global Model Village, opening September 27 in Andipa Gallery. The show’s title is also the title of his book to be released on the same […]

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