Good Things Come In Small Packages

To use the terms "endearing," "darling," or "cute" would be to somehow lessen the merit of this streetart project. Little People may employ small figurines, but their storylines and the creativity is big. My favorite part might be "inner city snail."

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38 comments:

  1. oh my, how savvy. don't want to say cute!!! : )

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  2. for sure, it´s really fun!

    a kiss!!!

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  3. oh I absolutely adore the little people blog; besides the magnificent pictures, it's just such a purely brilliant idea! :)

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  4. fu-uun! Hope this cheered you up;D it certainly made my day. Thanks for that!

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  5. the snail. is amazing.

    http://www.yakkitori.blogspot.com

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  6. That's one docile snail...but then most of them are.

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  7. Wonderful! Just wonderful...
    You always find the lovliest things darling!

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  8. I'm not going to use any adjectives to describe these pictures lest further lessen their merit.

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  9. goodness me, that's incredible, the scale is microsopic! Brilliant - thanks for posting this!

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  10. oh! i've always loved the little people! it's such a fantastic project. i'm so glad you posted this. :)

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  12. ooh! i remember reading about this project and seeing some pictures of it like 2 years ago? on a graffiti website: woostercollective.com you should check it out if you haven't already!

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  13. I'm glad you posted on it. This is the first time I heard of Little People. They are so cool!

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  14. sometime si hate people for they're overdos eof creativity, this is fantastic! And so funny too!

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  15. LOL i love the nuggets carton as spaceship idea! Would love to say that it's really cute! But i guess i would have to settle for fantastic!

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  16. That McDonald's one is so cool :D

    juliet xxx

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  17. Is the McDonalds box a mini arc of a UFO?

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  18. McFO is it? LOL. They are super cool!

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  19. i love little people!
    i don't know how i stumbled across this, but i'm so glad i did.

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  20. wow! that' so cool, weird - and kind of freaky !

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  21. AHAHAHA... the Macdonald's one is awesome!

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  22. Haha love the McDonald's one! Such great ideas, I'll have to check out their blog. Thanks for telling about it!

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  23. Oh wow that is actually amazing. I love the snail with the rail/tube logo on it!

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  24. That is so so cool! I will certainly check out that blog. Haha the snail is so cute.
    Great post
    x

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  25. those are wonderful- the one with the snail is so perfect!

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  26. I love the concept of making something small look so large!

    xoxo

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  27. i work in a craft store 2 days a week, and we have architectural models and figures too. we have the tiniest tiniest deer and other creatures. smaller than your pinky fingernail kind of thing. i love them. and i love this project. both the snailyness of the snail and the glow of McD's, too nice! tiny worlds make the big world more fun.

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  28. Hmm, i suppose that would make me a junior? First year in the major. I'm doing internships this Summer and taking on extra projects around the community :) Its alot of work but i think getting into the business early on will put me in good steed for the future. Well thats the hope anyway lol.

    As for afterwards i have no idea. Whatever floats my slightly confused boat lol.

    Confused because i'm not entirely certain what to make of your post. Its rather intriguing but my server is painfully slow so i can't check the link. Seems to be art projects around the city but on a very minute scale? That would be so interesting to pass through. Amazing to see such finnicky little things looking absolutely clear and especially through these pictures!

    Interesting :)

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