LITTLE PEOPLE REVISITED
I have written about the fabulous work of street artist Slinkachu before (see here), so I am delighted to bring you this update on his work. This series was created to help promote a European conference called ReAct Paris, which is helping to tackle the growing problem of unemployment in the EU. These clever little works were hidden all over the streets of Paris (who did I miss them?) as a way of addressing the question, "Why is it so hard to find a job?"
I love the reference to this famous photo in the first piece and the name tag presentation in the last one. So smart! Also, FYI, the line to see the Mona Lisa has never been so short!
See more of Slinkachu's masterful miniatures here.
Also, have you noticed that the blog has gotten a bit of a facelift? I realized it had been over two years since I had done a redesign and we were in for a metaphorical coat of paint here and there. I hope you like it! I am pretty happy with the results, but would love to hear what you think in the comments.