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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Spilt Milk

Grottaglie, Italy


38 Comments:

Blogger vesna said...

I like it ;)

30 January 2010 13:43  
Blogger LitenGubbe.com said...

youre back :) i like it! i have a similar blog as you please visit it :)

www.LitenGubbe.com

/ Fredrik 24 years from Sweden

30 January 2010 18:30  
Blogger Totalfeckineejit said...

Spilt milk? We should all row in it and never cry over it.

31 January 2010 11:26  
Blogger Ik said...

Wonderful! I'm a huge fan! Keep up the good work!

31 January 2010 20:10  
Anonymous MissMatthes said...

Oh, I LOVE this!!!

2 February 2010 20:43  
Blogger brittany wallace said...

this is great

9 February 2010 05:45  
Blogger Tom Jones said...

Brilliant! As always!

10 February 2010 08:24  
Blogger Chilin said...

muy muy buena idea!!!!!
todas son excelentes
felicitaciones!!

10 February 2010 16:48  
Blogger Sr. Billy Shears said...

fantastico!

12 February 2010 16:06  
Anonymous Vanessa said...

hehe, so cool !

13 February 2010 09:28  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

just saw this blog today.
your work is fantastic as are your photos.
just bookmarked your blog ;-)
keep up the great work.
let us know where else we can see your work.

18 February 2010 21:59  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

amazing!
you made me look at forgotten street corners much closer hoping that just maybe i'll get to see some little people ;-)
xo

a.

18 February 2010 22:07  
Anonymous College Term Papers said...

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9 March 2010 06:27  
Blogger Felms said...

Incredible!
Wonderful!
I'm from Brazil and I love your work.
Fascinates me ,

16 March 2010 04:02  
Blogger Maart said...

it's amazing. i like it!

6 April 2010 20:20  
Blogger Disko Dyna said...

I love how the white and neutral background let the colours on the milk carton and the little man stand out! very nice!

8 April 2010 04:17  
Anonymous gih said...

Haha... That's cute.

15 April 2010 09:51  
Blogger IR-MONO said...

nice..i like!!!u my idol

21 April 2010 18:28  
Blogger * Jewelry Designer: Harjot * said...

haha cool

21 April 2010 22:19  
Anonymous chrissi said...

that is just great. show us more :-)

26 April 2010 07:04  
Blogger Paula said...

I looooooovvvvveeeeee your job!!!!!!!!!!!

27 April 2010 17:50  
Blogger 2012 said...

Interesting post, I love it :D

13 May 2010 05:48  
Anonymous Rebecca N. Hassan said...

simply love it~ did you make those little figures??

27 May 2010 06:24  
Blogger M. said...

just stumbled upon your blog....great photos....I love your "little" art project...so creative....you just got new fan :)

5 June 2010 16:53  
Blogger Sierra said...

Dear Little People,

Hey! I love your blog. But I'm a bit confused. Is your blog about going around the world and snapping a shot of little people in the city? Check my blog out if you can at www.sierraschirp.blogspot.com! Please reply!

PS: I want to see more Little People!

Love & Rockets,
Sierra

1 July 2010 00:42  
Anonymous harold edrington said...

funny

16 July 2010 11:36  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

improve vision

11 September 2010 19:19  
Anonymous Fun Pens said...

Very Good!

16 September 2010 06:48  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Nope.avi

8 October 2010 11:38  
Blogger bobek said...

Very nice, it reminds me my own photo: http://pixhektar.com/2009/03/dont-cry/

29 November 2010 11:40  
Anonymous Carolina Yuri Fugiwara said...

As imagens que eu vi, são muito interessantes.
Não entendi direito algumas, por exemplo, Boys Own Adventures.
Mas as outras eu entendi muito bem.
Achei elas, muito interessantes, pois são pequenos bonecos em um ambiente bem grande, em que as pessoas provavelmente não as enxergam.
E o mais interessante é que a cena montada com bonecos se passa em um ambiente real.

24 March 2011 01:49  
Anonymous Carolina Yuri Fugiwara 1°B said...

As imagens que eu vi, são muito interessantes.
Não entendi direito algumas, por exemplo, Boys Own Adventures.
Mas as outras eu entendi muito bem.
Achei elas, muito interessantes, pois são pequenos bonecos em um ambiente bem grande, em que as pessoas provavelmente não as enxergam.
E o mais interessante é que a cena montada com bonecos se passa em um ambiente real.

24 March 2011 01:50  
Anonymous Miriam Alice 9°D said...

As imagens são bem diferentes,mais muito interessantes,simplismente adorei a ideia do artista de fazer arte com os bonequinhos,o que mais chama atenção é que são bonequinhos em um mundo real,O mundo que nos vivemos.

24 March 2011 19:23  
Anonymous Livia Paglerani 1° C said...

As imagens mostram como objetos e lugares do nosso cotidiano podem parecer algo diferente do que realmente são, apenas pelo ponto de vista. O artista soube explorar situações combinadas com determinado objeto, que parecem muito reais. É um trabalho muito interessante e criativo.

27 March 2011 02:26  
Anonymous Renata de Lion 1º B said...

as imagens são muito criativas porque no começo elas mostram bonequinhos em um determinado ambiente ampliado, e quando vemos na foto abaixo o ambiente onde foi criada essa arte percebemos que o artista usou ambientes comuns do nosso cotidiano para fazer uma arte em miniatura criando outro ambiente, outra idéia.

27 March 2011 21:02  
Blogger MarDel Photography and Design said...

This looks like a fun project. I enjoyed seeing it.

28 April 2011 21:57  
Anonymous ikhy said...

wow nice work

1 May 2011 03:54  
Anonymous Vicky said...

great mind imaginative

18 December 2011 19:52  

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