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Roy's People: Street Life is a playful exhibition from new urban artist Roy Tyson.

You've probably seen his work all over social media, but from April 3 - 28, you can see Roy's first solo show at the Curious Duke Gallery in east London.

Roy specialises in creating unique images and installations using meticulously hand-painted miniature figures, creating a surreal miniature world, orchestrating eccentric situations such as a family walking a beetle at the seaside, a man proposing to his beloved with a giant haribo ring, or fisherman casting off from a street drain.

Plus, on April 17, Roy will be hiding his little people all over Hoxton and Shoreditch for Londoners to stumble on and take home. A fun and interactive event that literally brings Art to the street, this little man-hunt will be in collaboration with the Big Issue to help raise awareness for the charity.

When: Exhibition is from April 3 - 28, and the man-hunt will be on April 17

Where: Curious Duke Gallery, 173 Whitecross St, London, EC1Y 8JT

Entry to the gallery is free. Click here for more information

Image credit: Roy's People


Art: Roy's People - Street Life
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