Making a good point: The King of miniature sculpture carves tiny Elvis (and a host of other amazing objects) into pencils. The Daily Mirror.
The creativity that an artistic mind can make with a pencil, a razor blade, sewing needle, and a sculpting knife.
Dalton Ghetti from Bridgeport, Connecticut, immerses himself in sculpting the graphite on the tip of a pencil, to make some amazing miniature creations. The alphabet, two pencils interconnected by chain links of graphite, a saw, and the list goes on. His creations that can take several months to two and a half years, have been bestowed as gifts to friends, but never sold. And he doesn’t use a magnifying glass. The carpenter by trade, finds relaxation in the carvings.
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Image courtesy of Dalton Ghetti/Solent News via http://www.buzzfeed.com/cybergata/pencil-tip-sculptures-by-dalton-ghetti-1h9y.