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Hundreds of Minuscule Figures Unite in Pejac’s New Welcome Mat Intervention in Aberdeen


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June 16, 2022

Grace Ebert

Photo by Carmen Cuevas. All images © Pejac, shared with permission

The entrance to a building housing some of Aberdeen’s most vulnerable residents and charity organizations is the site of the latest work by Pejac (previously). Comprised of minuscule figures congregating as a welcome mat, the streetside intervention confronts the hardships people face when relegated to society’s margins. The idea is that they’re “tired of being stepped over,” the artist says, and that there’s hope, dignity, and pride to be found when we’re united.

Pejac created the heartfelt piece for the 2022 Nuart Aberdeen (previously), which brought at least a dozen artists to the city this month. For more of his works, visit Instagram.


Photo by Carmen Cuevas

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Photo by Pejac

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