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Willard Wigan's amazing micro art - Minnie Mouse These artworks are breathtaking and so small. He makes them with grains of sand and paints them with the hairs on a fly.

more microscopic sculpture, a golfer in the eye of a needle

more microscopic sculpture, a golfer in the eye of a needle

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Groene Clown, Willard Wigan’s Micro Kunstwerken.

Миниатюрные скульптуры Уиллард Уигана

Micro artist Willard Wigan uses a tiny surgical blade to carve his microscopic figures out of rice, grains of sand, and sugar.

A microscopic sculpture of William Shakespeare by artist Willard Wigan which has been placed in the eye of a needle, to mark the 400th anniversary of his death

A microscopic sculpture of William Shakespeare by artist Willard Wigan which has been placed in the eye of a needle, to mark the anniversary of his death

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micro sculptures willard wigan art 25 Micro sculptures by Willard Wigan take a steady hand Photos)

Willard Wigan's Microscopic art. The Incredibla Hulk

Artist Willard Wigan creates micro-sculptures that fit in the eye of a needle

Artist Willard Wigan creates micro-sculptures that fit in the eye of a needle - Telegraph Being a Brummie, this guy is always on the local news & his work just blows my mind!

A microscopic carved sculpture of a nude female by Willard Wigan, standing with crossed hands, within glass case with silver-gilt mounts. Hallmarked Birmingham 2003. Total height including case measuring 3.9 cm.Willard Wigan MBE, was born in Birmingham, England in 1957. Wigan`s microscopic art is typically placed in the eye of a needle or on the head of a pin; some of his more famous pieces include a minute reproduction of Michelangelo`s David, carved out of a single grain of sand.

A microscopic carved sculpture of a nude female by Willard Wigan, standing with crossed hands, within glass case with silver-gilt mounts. Hallmarked Birmingham 2003. Total height including case measuring 3.9 cm.Willard Wigan MBE, was born in Birmingham, England in 1957. Wigan`s microscopic art is typically placed in the eye of a needle or on the head of a pin; some of his more famous pieces include a minute reproduction of Michelangelo`s David, carved out of a single grain of sand.

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