Tiny people are emerging along the foot of walls all over London's East End streets. They are paste-ups by the Mexican artist Pablo Delgado.

This article titled “Pablo Delgado's small world” was written by Audrey Gillan, for The Guardian on Wednesday 17th August 2011 19.59 UTC

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If you don't look down, you could miss them: the little people skirting the pavements of London's East End. Down at the bottom of walls, they are walking with elephants, cycling, carrying a cane, eyeing up a panda. Sometime last year, little doors appeared around Spitalfields and Shoreditch, promising Alice in Wonderland mystery. Then dozens and dozens of tiny figures turned up, each of them different – a man walking a giraffe, women in burqas carrying shopping, Benedictine monks, waiters, joggers – all just inches high.

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