Mar 24

New Jersey-based street artist Joe Iurato proves that bigger isn’t always better with his fantastic series of small wooden figures that are cut out and painted to resemble little people. The miniature sculptures are carefully placed in public places such as busy intersections, street lamps, and the sides of buildings. Sharp-eyed passersby can spot fun scenes of the tiny adventurers interacting with the world around them, whether they’re skateboarding over a soda can, fishing in a puddle, or climbing a brick wall.

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