Pablo Delgado’s Incredibly Tiny Street Art

You’d have to be walking along the streets of East London to come across one of Pablo Delgado’s miniature wheatpastes, and even then it’s quite possible that you’d stroll right by his hand-colored work without noticing, due to its size. From gangs of mini paste-up prostitutes to a group of hooded Cardinals — with some random circus animals and a cameo by Jack the Ripper thrown in for good measure — discover a few of our favorite pieces from Delgado’s absurdist, Lilliputian world after the jump.

Image credit: Pablo Delgado. Spotted via My Modern Met