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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

House of God (Application to the Department of City Planning - Ref: 13-3470/C)

NYC - USA





49 Comments:

Anonymous Irene said...

Oh wow. this is awesome! I love your imagination. Great :-)

28 June 2011 11:09  
Blogger céline said...

wow! love this one, it's just great! It's just great how you put your work out there.

28 June 2011 12:59  
Blogger Matahari Asysyakuur said...

awesome... :D

28 June 2011 17:31  
Blogger Scarlett the Heavenly Healer said...

I love this blog more than words can explain. You are a genius. Keep them coming please.

:)

28 June 2011 17:56  
Blogger mim said...

Oh I wish I'd seen this one while I was visiting NYC. I love it. Bravo! Keep 'em coming.

28 June 2011 18:59  
Blogger Mr Surename Here said...

this one is probably the nicest you made in a long time! i am glad you made one with kinda the same theme as my 5 doors installation.

really good work!

check out 5 doors at
http://minimalstreetart.blogspot.com/2011/03/5-doors-installation.html

28 June 2011 19:52  
Blogger My Realitty said...

LOL so evocative of reality, yet so fantastic. C

28 June 2011 21:06  
Blogger gracey said...

haha cleverness!

29 June 2011 03:28  
Blogger Marty J. Christopher said...

This is great, as usual.

1 July 2011 07:51  
Anonymous Helmstyle said...

I just love it...

2 July 2011 23:48  
Blogger tbm said...

brilliant !

3 July 2011 10:19  
Blogger Lauren Pinhorn said...

I don't know if I'm being incredibly stupid but I can't find a 'follow' button for your blog!
Anyway, I absolutely LOVE your work!
Your book 'Little People in the City' is my featured book of the month on my blog www.laurenpinhorn.blogspot.com this month! Would be great if you could check it out :)

10 July 2011 12:41  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I LOVE YOU

11 July 2011 15:33  
Anonymous Angry Birds golden eggs said...

wow! love this ! :d

12 July 2011 08:04  
Anonymous plastic card said...

i like this house, your blog is very interesting, i learn a lot form it.. thanks

12 July 2011 08:08  
Anonymous Sorcerer said...

wonderfully creative idea..
wonderful works

15 July 2011 09:47  
Blogger ozzy said...

thank you for your tollerance.... lots of greets from germany..

19 July 2011 11:14  
Blogger Tom said...

Brilliant.

19 July 2011 15:16  
Anonymous mahshad said...

It intresting ...!!!

23 July 2011 20:19  
Blogger Trade Your Talent said...

wow, your artwork is amazing!!!

28 July 2011 04:02  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

creative

4 August 2011 14:19  
OpenID nostalgiainthemaking said...

This is amazing! What a project! How have I not heard of you before?

8 August 2011 20:58  
Anonymous Vicky said...

Awesome pics!!! Love your creativity.

9 August 2011 15:30  
Anonymous Buzzter said...

I am so amazed by your works! Thank you again and again.

10 August 2011 14:37  
Blogger Paul´s Bods said...

brilliant use of the Preiser figs..I love the juxstaposition and your ideas are very very good. An inspiration...I thought i was the only one out here "messing about" with little plastic figs and putting them in new settings..other than train sets or war related subjects.
Cheers
paul

13 August 2011 19:31  
Anonymous free army games said...

Awesome pics, hee hee

16 August 2011 09:06  
Blogger Mehwish said...

ohh so creative!

18 August 2011 05:53  
Blogger s.c said...

Great idea. I have posted a few days ago just such an item but saw it 2 years ago on a fashion biennale.

5 September 2011 09:36  
Anonymous Tuesday said...

I love your idea! Small but beautiful. There is also an upcoming graffiti artist that makes street art in small scale.

Momardi.com

7 September 2011 15:05  
Blogger Anuja said...

WoW!!!

18 September 2011 19:05  
Blogger Jenny Woolf said...

Very interesting, I love little people. I can't see your followers button though.

21 September 2011 09:42  
Blogger To Share said...

very amazing picture........

21 September 2011 15:00  
Blogger junkpunk said...

Really cool, love Slinkachu. It's really inspired me, I'm thinking of making some of my weird creatures and hiding them around the city. It would be so exciting to find a little person or creature :)

21 September 2011 17:45  
Anonymous study abroad said...

I love your amazing idea! There is also an upcoming artist that makes street art in small scale and will make in big scale in future.

22 September 2011 06:09  
Anonymous Botox said...

Very cool pics, you did great job and no doubt you are the best artist. Keep it up :)

22 September 2011 06:12  
Anonymous itsmw said...

Hey,
This is great

26 September 2011 18:18  
Blogger Kikka said...

Hi,Your creativity is amazing!
Love your Art!

3 October 2011 08:27  
Anonymous Andy said...

I love your work. nicely done!

3 October 2011 18:40  
Blogger klemenjero said...

as a muslim, i think that this work is awesome

4 October 2011 11:46  
Anonymous Lively Jason said...

Awesome pics & creative content. Looking forward to more posts!

9 November 2011 09:35  
Anonymous sultan said...

very nice

5 December 2011 23:00  
Anonymous Grace said...

Thanks a lot for the kind of perfect topic . Nice post

6 December 2011 19:58  
Anonymous dissertation editing service said...

WoW! Very nice pictures, you did marvelous job and actually you are the best artist.

21 January 2012 14:38  
Anonymous double decker bus said...

Wow. I thought those were real people at first.

26 January 2012 15:38  
Blogger alisa said...

so amazing , i love them

13 April 2012 08:55  
Anonymous grasya said...

grayababe
wow! love this one, it's just great! It's just great how you put your work out there. where did you get the picture?

28 May 2012 01:57  
Blogger Mas Huda said...

wow.... cool very awesome

23 June 2012 03:54  
Anonymous IloveSlinkachu'slittlepeopleproject said...

I love all of your works of art, they are so inspiring. And the characters
are soooo cute! Please continue as they are a blessing
for people who
thought the world
was all grown up
and had no space
for the little people.
I'm really short,
so it's a comfort
to know that there
are exquisite tiny
creations that are
even smaller than me.
They are EPIC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

25 September 2012 17:48  
Anonymous Webster said...

I love your idea and these are a bunch of really cool pics.

14 July 2013 09:24  

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