The Borrowers

 

 

 

This work was done last year for The Miscellaneous Sideshow exhibition that I took part in with uni. I think that if i would have had the tools I would have really loved to work even smaller. I adore the work of artist Tessa Farmer and the microscopic way in which she works. I made gypsy caravans to of the skulls which were one’s i had found down the woods. A lot of reconstruction was needed for them as over time a few had been crushed, luckily I had my trusty super glue handy!! I loved that tv programme, The Borrowers when I was growing up, the one with Ian Holm, so i decided to use them as inspiration, having them travel around in skulls.

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