Curatorial duo PaxtonGlew, consisting out of artists Emily Paxton and Pam Glew, recently presented their newest project through which they showcased slightly different take on miniature art.
The pair curated an exhibition Urban Miniatures, which had the artists create miniatures of buildings and other objects covered in street art. The project ended up featuring works of 40 contemporary artists from all parts of the world. This included a series of graffiti-covered trains, colorful windmills and a cabin featuring messages of activism.
All of the miniatures will be exhibited as a model village at the Brighton’s Artists Open Houses Christmas Festival. Check out some of them below.