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Miniature Displays of Contemporary Urban Buildings by Joshua Smith

Miniature Displays of Contemporary Urban Buildings by Joshua Smith // I love the mini tea party clashing with the ugly grafitti it works haha

Urban Cityscapes Spray Painted on Cardboard Panels by German street artist  EVOL

Cityscapes Cardboard Panels by EVOL

Urban Cityscapes Spray Painted on Cardboard Panels by German street artist EVOL

Weeds are Back: little people in the urban jungle in Strasbourg by Vincent   Bousserez.

Weeds are Back: little people in the urban jungle in Strasbourg by Vincent Bousserez

Weeds are Back: little people in the urban jungle in Strasbourg by Vincent Bousserez.

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Phoebe Atkey is a Hampshire based fashion, architecture and cityscapes illustrator.

Slinkachu is a UK-based artist who creates tiny scenes on city streets that are both humorous and compelling. He photographs each scene and then leaves it to be discovered.

Slinkachu – UK-based artist who creates tiny scenes on city streets that are both humorous and compelling. He photographs each scene and then leaves it to be discovered.

Après ses sculptures de lumières absolument magnifiques (Cement Bleak – Les sculptures de lumière), voici un nouveau projet de street art l'artiste espagnol Isaac Cordal. Le projet "Cement Eclips

Cement Eclipses – Le Street Art miniature de Isaac Cordal

The Unseen Lives of Miniature Cement People by Spanish artist Isaac Cordal

Fantastic Voyage, 2011, by London-based street artist Slinkachu who creates installations in finely-detailed miniature using litter and cut up train set figures less than 4cm tall. "It is a strange kind of buzz abandoning your creations on the street," he says

Miniature street art - in pictures

Taking street art to a new level: Slinkachu “Inner City Snail”.

Graffiti snails roaming London as part of slow-moving art project

Snail Graffiti - graffiti artist from London paints on the shells of snails.

The City can be not a human place...

German street artist EVOL transforms banal urban surfaces into miniature lifelike buildings, mostly hi-rise apartment buildings.

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