Artist Roy Tyson Imagines Creative Miniature Scenes with Everyday Objects
Looking more closely at the photographs of artist Roy Tyson, better known as Roy’s People, one would almost wonder if these miniature worlds might not be real. Because yes, the creative takes pleasure in staging objects to create scenes that are as realistic as they are unusual.
It was in 2012 that the talented photographer took the streets of the English capital by storm and embarked on the creation of miniature worlds. If he happened at the beginning to collaborate with brands to design original campaigns around his creations, it very quickly turned into a real passion.
For this, he uses bottle caps, cigarette butts, sweets, yogurts, or even flowers that he unearths in the street and to which he adds tiny figurines creating amusing little scenes. We thus observe a rider rushing on the lid of yogurt, a man asking his wife to marry him with an enormous jelly candy or capsules acting as an umbrella.
Thus he transports us into these small, assuredly realistic worlds with a disconcerting simplicity which, moreover, did not take long to attract the attention of Internet users and the media, even enabling him to become an award-winning artist.
We let you discover below the adorable miniature scenes of Roy’s People. To learn more about the artist, you can visit his website, and his Instagram account has already been followed by more than 52,000 subscribers.
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