VIDEO: Artist Creates World’s Smallest Sculpture

VIDEO: Artist Creates World’s Smallest Sculpture

Renowned artist Willard Wigan has created the smallest sculpture in the world.

VIDEO: Artist Creates World’s Smallest Sculpture

The material, of which the artist has created it, is a spec of face hair.

The tiny artwork measures 3 microns and is visible only through a microscope.

55-year-old Willard is already famous for his pinhead sculptures that fit in the eye of a needle, but his new creation has gone beyond all expectations.

The inspiration came suddenly one day as the artist was shaving.

VIDEO: Artist Creates World’s Smallest Sculpture

When he noticed tiny hair stubble embedded in his fingerprint, he got the idea to use it as a canvas in order to create the world’s smallest artwork, something that no one had ever seen before.

With the help of micro-tools, he removed the hair from his finger and started working on it through a microscope.

He spent five weeks, 16 hours, every day work in order to complete the project.

Willard worked with a tiny high-precision tool, holding his breath and heartbeat to create the sculpture.

After hundreds of hours of painstaking and tedious work, he sculpted a golden chopper motorcycle over the hair.

The microscopic chopper is smaller than a human blood cell!

VIDEO: Artist Creates World’s Smallest Sculpture

"It drove me mad to do. I burst a blood vessel in my eye, staring so hard through the microscope.

It has been one of my most challenging projects ever. I have surpassed what I even thought I was capable of, "said Willard, when he completed his work.

The tiny chopper will "travel" around the world so that the entire planet finally sees that size does matters.

 

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