This artist from Taiwan carves pencils into amazing tiny sculptures!
Can you imagine how much patience it requires?...
Chien Chu Lee started carving pencils in 2010 and has mastered this amazing art form by now. We are sure you have already seen a lot of pencil carving works before, and lots of them might have been very impressive. But what Chien Chu Lee does is beyond one's understanding. He creates near-exact replicas of famous architectural sculptures and carves letters of the alphabet from automatic pencil leads...
#1 Letters of the alphabet
#2 Hu Wei Iron bridge, Taiwan
#3 Siluo bridge, Taiwan
#4 Happy Chinese Valentine's Day!
#5 A very tiny camera!
#6 A man reading a book...
#7 ...he could play this violin!
#8 A hand shadow!
How could he invent this!? Amazing!
#9 Prayer Beads
#10 A mermaid
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