By Matt McKee in New Art on Tuesday 28 February 2012

I ran across Slinkachu’s work a couple of years ago. He never seems to run out of fresh material for his tiny satirical street portraits. His book cover for Dimitri Verhulst’s book The Misfortunates is a great example. Even more interesting: when he completes the project, he abandons the set and lets the little folk fend for themselves. File this under: wish I had thought of that.

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