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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Faith







Antwerp, Belgium


Some work from last month's outdoor show in Antwerp. A massive thanks to everyone (around 6000!) who turned out, despite the rain, to hunt down the little people. It was a fantastic - and rare - experience for me to see so many people looking for and taking their own shots of the installations and it was great to get to meet so many of you. 

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You can see a selection of my photography on display this Friday 29th June at the V&A Friday Late  (kindly loaned by my friends at Andipa Gallery!) - and also get the chance to make your own miniature sculptures to display around the museum. 
The 'Big Invasion of Small Sculptures' event is being hosted by Drink, Shop & Do. Make a sculpture of your choice with the materials that they'll provide, incorporate it in to the surroundings of the museum, take a picture and upload it - Drink, Shop & Do will be giving away signed copies of my book for the best images taken.

This month's Friday Late is titled 'Un-built: De/Constructing architecture' and there are a ton of other activities, installations and workshops exploring the interplay of art and architecture. And if that sounds too high-brow, there is the usual bar and live music too. Should be a fun night. Check the flyer below for more info or click here.




35 Comments:

Blogger Paul´s Bods said...

Dam!! I missed the event...one day I will find one of your mini artworks
Cheers
paul

27 June 2012 19:04  
Blogger scott wong said...

These are awesome!
I love your photos and your work!

http://incoherentpixels.blogspot.com

27 June 2012 20:44  
Blogger Stijn Vogels said...

Thank you for coming to Antwerp. We had a great time walking through the city, visiting each location. Took some nice pictures, which go great with the book I've already got from you.

28 June 2012 00:52  
Blogger Jolande said...

After following your blog for a long time, it was wonderful to see your work in Antwerp. We really enjoyed seeing the little people on different locations.
And thank you for signing your book.

28 June 2012 09:55  
Blogger céline said...

I love this one! To bad I missed that show, I don't live that far away ;-(

28 June 2012 14:59  
Anonymous Penna Origami said...

Amazing, Awesome, Breath-taking......... some of the words that came to my mind as i browsed through "Little People"...

30 June 2012 20:23  
Blogger Veera Carolia said...

so cute! :)

30 June 2012 20:39  
Anonymous printed name badges said...

After following your blog for a long time, it was wonderful to see your work in Antwerp. We really enjoyed seeing the little people on different locations.

3 July 2012 08:44  
Blogger serbinstudio said...

This idea is pure genius! I love miniatures. I know of this model train store in Edmunds, Washington that you could find some more peeps for your photos. The shop is tiny and the owner has a trap door to secret worlds...http://serbinstudio.blogspot.com/2012/07/building-poche.html

4 July 2012 02:49  
Blogger Lena said...

I love ur work very much. It changes the way I look the the simplest things that I never realize. Amazing talent! Really hope one day i get to see it in person.

5 July 2012 04:09  
Anonymous Airport Transfer Sydney said...

Aw. This looks like so much fun. Your ideas truly amazes me. It's one of a kind. Keep posting more please.

5 July 2012 07:21  
Blogger Rudolf Reinalldo said...

So little. So cute... hehe... I like it...hehehe...
Please visit my blog too.. my blog

9 July 2012 08:51  
Anonymous buzzdakar said...

J'aurai bien aimé participer sur ton blog. J'aime le people et le shopping. Malheureusement, c'est l'anglais qui pose problème.

9 July 2012 19:55  
Blogger Mezza Partenza said...

I do not have enough words to say how brilliant this idea is!!

10 July 2012 12:17  
Blogger MALCOM MAI said...

WOW

15 July 2012 16:30  
Anonymous globaladvertisingmedia said...

Awesome Snaps

17 July 2012 06:37  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

These where amazing!!! Please follow my blog!!!

20 July 2012 13:52  
Blogger Elizabeth Rosema said...

Those tiny people are super detailed and expressive

http://seizetheabsurd.blogspot.com/

21 July 2012 22:40  
Blogger annoyingthing said...

Wow, I love your ideas, I'm very impressed

22 July 2012 15:19  
Anonymous jennelyn@neuewebstudio.com said...

I love the pictures...

23 July 2012 09:04  
Blogger Anita Immer Unterwegs said...

I have a question about your books: Are they postcard-books? I´m doing postcrossing. And I think your wonderful photos would make awesome postcards for postcrossing.

29 July 2012 15:34  
Anonymous sc said...

wow ...
I reall like your art ...
Wonderfull

4 August 2012 02:52  
Anonymous jokesfb said...

These pics are unique , I saw it first time so just tell you great work . Thanks

11 August 2012 11:43  
Blogger Kikka said...

Wonderful Art Work!

15 August 2012 20:45  
Blogger Gipsy Magic said...

great stuff! :)

18 August 2012 23:33  
Blogger hondafactorypaintsucks said...

fascinating blog. I couldn't stop looking at all those little tiny people and their activities.

19 August 2012 20:49  
Blogger Séve said...

great idea

20 August 2012 17:05  
Anonymous Belanja Online said...

waw this is very interesting. I am happy to visit on your site

28 August 2012 08:33  
Anonymous benlineseo said...

well interesting.

28 August 2012 10:01  
Blogger robert keit said...

I was surprised.What and amazing post and pictures.Skyscrapers allow crowded urban areas to support the clustering of multiple businesses, creating densely occupied spaces where large numbers of people can come and go easily.
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31 August 2012 06:37  
Anonymous ferdinand hegemur said...

heyy,,,
it's amazing u know..
wow,,,i like ur idea...
perfect.

18 September 2012 18:02  
Anonymous Pemilukada Kabupaten Nganjuk 2012 said...

waw this is very interesting. I am happy to visit on your site

21 September 2012 11:00  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ale swietna stronka, warto poczytac.
Czlowiek nie patrzy na modne zegarki męskie i czas leci:)

12 October 2012 12:12  
Anonymous blog tutorial said...

woo, the last one fall from sky...

15 October 2012 15:44  
Blogger Igor Ramirez Šaš said...

This is plain and simple awesome. I love how realistic it seems with a close up and totaly gets a new dimension when you zoom away. I don't know if I will ever see one of these events but for sure pictures give me a hint how great it is. Keep up the great work.

24 October 2012 09:31  

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