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where these tiny people now live perhaps one is sitting in your kitchen or maybe one has even travelled through the UK on a car dashboard and are holding a no grudge amnesty to find out what interesting places our tiny hand painted figures have gone to. "English Heritage is, however, keen to point out that there are no negative consequences in coming forward to say one of the Slinkachu artworks came home with you from Belsay. "In fact, our head gardener has one which lives in her office and you will get to keep yours as we just want to hear your stories about where they've got to. "As an extra carrot, English Heritage is offering free entry to the Extraordinary Measures exhibition to anyone who comes forward.
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ge of their whereabouts are asked to contact Silent Witness at 480 WITNESS or 480 TESTIGO. The public can also call Silent Witness detectives toll free at 1 800 343 TIPS. Your call will remain anonymous. A FULL SCALE fingertip search for 10 missing people has been scaled down, to something approaching four centimetres. It's magnifying glass time for the sleuths doing their best Sherlock Holmes impressions in a bid to solve the curious mystery of the missing Northumbrian artworks. The little people dubbed Day Trippers and measuring between three and four centimetres each were happily adorning the popular art exhibition, Extraordinary Measures, at Belsay Hall in Northumberland, but mysteriously vanished from under the noses of artificial giants and very real human beings. Now English Heritage is offering an amnesty to anyone who can tell the tale of where the little plastic and resin folk journeyed to, and help the artist's quest for an extra chapter to an extraordinary tale. The miniatures were created by London street artist Slinkachu, who placed them around the Belsay estate, taking photographs of them for his records.
finger. They are lightweight and could even have blown away or been knocked over. They could even be in a rabbit's stomach by now. "The important thing is Slinkachu creates them, customises them, puts them in place, then turns his back on them to leave them to fend for themselves. "He gives them their own life, as it were and it's something he does internationally. But Belsay was the first time he has done it in such a rural setting. Catherine Ridley, of English Heritage, said: "There were all sorts of different people a couple eating a sandwich far bigger than themselves, for example, a little old couple, children everyone, in fact, who could be a Day Tripper.
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They weren't so easily Air Force High On Feet visible as the 10ft Wild Man with whom they shared display space. But then again, they were far easier to carry off. Lynn Rylance, Belsay Hall visitor operations manager, said: "Slinkachu's little people proved so popular that the eagle eyed visitors who were lucky enough to spot the Nike Air Force 1 High 07 Lv8 Woven
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