All Little Prick pinprick portraits are made by hand, each piece made up of thousands of different sized pinholes, pricked through a piece of paper.
"When global resources have ceased to be squandered on the irrational enterprises that are imposed on us today, all the equestrian statues of all the cities of the world be assembled in a single desert. This would offer to the passersby--the future belongs to them--the spectacle of an artificial cavalry charge, which could even be dedicated to the memory of the greatest massacrers of history, from Tamerlane to Ridgway"
Introduction to a Critique of Urban Geography
by Guy-Ernest Debord