When I was a kid, like many of us, I was an insane Lego collector. My favorite was of course the medieval settings, specifically the robin hood sets with the camouflaged outposts and robin with his little triangle shaped hat with minute plastic feather poking out...
I was thrilled by the idea of being able to hide oneself from authority figures etc, which also would explain why i had no fewer than 5 different hiding places throughout my family's homestead in Highgate, and in the woods in Franklin.
After a brief stint as a play set, re-enacting various adventures and minor situations to my liking a set would go to the great Lego box in the sky, which was literally a big Grey plastic storage crate that was packed to the brim with thousands of pieces, all waiting to be reassembled, and reconstituted - I could suppose in a way, that this was my first taste of transcendentalism.
Anyway - I came across this brilliant art installation by a fellow named only - Slinkachu. Afterwards I had the distinct impression that his art must stem in some way from a similar childhood memory of "the little people". Enjoy.