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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.

Caroline Ku
  • 18 august 2011

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

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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