Michael Pederson, aka Miguel Marquez Outside, transforms what he finds on the street into miniature art works with a sharp sense of humour.
A pigeon can become a VIP or an ice-cream dropped on the asphalt can be treated as a crime scene. All that's needed is a touch of imagination, Michael Pederson, aka Miguel Marquez Outside, transforms what he finds on the street into miniature art works with a sharp sense of humour.
Better known under the pseudonym Miguel Marquez Outside, he creates amazing installations inspired by whatever he finds along the way and uses the road as his own art gallery.
With a dash of fantasy and a few, simple objects, Michael transforms everyday phenomena like a hole in a wall or a ladder into something quite extraordinary.
While his works are guaranteed to raise a smile, humour is not the only aim of Miguel Marquez Outside. The artist uses his works to deal with themes like the protection of all aspects of nature, from forests to the smallest patches of grass growing alongside pavements. His latest series of three works entitled “Urban Weed Award” is dedicated to this precise matter.
Discover his miniature installations below and if you want to know more, see Michael's Instagram profile.