Your Own Slinkachu


A creative challenge for your students: Take a surprising┬ápicture with little people, create your own Slinkachu …

Slinkachu: “Think about what sort of story you want to tell. I like to think about how we respond to the urban environment, and how the city can be a difficult, lonely place to live. You’ll find inspiration everywhere: it could be from a piece of litter, an architectural feature or weed. I love playing with scale and imagining how an object can look to a tiny person. A hole in the wall could be a cave, or a puddle could be a lake. Scout locations and keep a sketchbook full of ideas. A lot of it is play, a change to reimagine the world around you.”


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