What could be more adorable than miniature cardboard box people?
Placed around Singapore by artist Anton Tang, these tiny cardboard people were made to represent and re-imagine what it means to be human. Whether it’s the concept of family or the everyday events that bring a smile to one’s face, Tang has managed to capture the times that, ironically, want us do the opposite of hiding ourselves from the world as well as reinforce the appreciation of all the smallest of things that make us hopeful.
These are the impressions one might have on observing the miniature mis-en-scenes created by Singapore-based photographer Anton Tang, an artist who reuses toys to express his uniquely playful and comic, yet simultaneously touching take on life, and its fragility.
You can see more photos of the cardboard box people here.