Isaac Cordal installs his miniature characters on the streets of New York

2016-01-22 // art street art

During a residency in New York, the Spanish artist Isaac Cordal has installed his miniature characters in the streets of the city, creating new installations for his series Cement Eclipses. With his creations between street art and miniature dioramas, Isaac Cordal continues to confront the insignificance of human being facing our modern societies, highlighting individualism and poverty problems in an unbridled capitalism context. We already talked about his work with his previous projects Cement Eclipses and Cement Bleak.

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Images © Isaac Cordal

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