Friday, September 18, 2009

Small Joys

The clothesline installation by Slinkachu is a perfect little piece of joy. The Grottaglie, Italy based project is one of the biggest pieces he has ever done. Check out more of his tiny works to compare. Slinkachu's work may be small, but it packs a big dose of wonderment and happiness. Here's to a great Friday filled with many small victories.

{found via NotCot}

16 comments:

niftythriftyowl said...

this is adorable! i love small things.

alli michelle said...

So tiny and cute, how could this not make someone smile? I adore it.

avant garde said...

how fabulous is that installation?!!! so many crazy talented people on this planet. enjoy your weekend!! :)

Elise said...

This is so lovely ! Thank you

Jacqueline said...

I love this artist, saw an exhibit in London a couple of years ago. I'm glad I stopped by here today it's been ages.

susie q said...

Fascinating! Love this! To contrast, go to Black Eiffel and see her photography of laundry lines in Indiana Amish country. http://tinyurl.com/nuj7u2

Amy said...

So cute!

Annie Spandex said...

Oh how cute!

Vanilla Press said...

Hello.lovely post!

patricia said...

Oh! Love this! Makes me want to make something similar with paper.

Chocolate and Steel said...

it totally makes me laugh!

Blair said...

Oh, my how incredibly adorable!!

wren said...

seriously adorable. how come all things tiny are just so cute?

darling savage said...

i'm dying of cuteness, that is so darn adorable.

Anonymous said...

wow! this is just amazing....i love it.......thank you!
just found your blog - great!

Laura. said...

love it.

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