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Hello-

Mates—we have it easy…a piece of cake…a walk in the park…


This is some work by a Gent’ named Willard Wiggen of Birmingham England-

He has a learning disability (Dyslexia), but has extremely talented hands...


He makes the sculptures out of dust particles, sugar crystals, etc.

Works only around midnight, and can only do some of the work between heart-beats…


Statue of liberty in the eye of a needle




Statue of liberty-2




Boxing ring next to a match head



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Girl with balloon standing on an eyelash on the head of a needle




Elvis standing on pinhead




Peter Pan and Tinkerbell standing on small fish hook





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The Thinker on the head of a pin




Snow White and the seven dewarfs standing in the head of a needle




The Royal Court standing in the head of a needle





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Last thoughts-

Visitors viewing exhibit through a microscope!




Are you as amazed at this as I am?

Think about this next time yor are painting windscreen wipers or turn signals...


Be sure to share this—This is a keeper!!



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Wow!

This is crazy small stuff Boss. Talk about keeping the door shut and don't anybody breath!! The closest thing I can think of is like the difference from G-scale trains to Z-scale and I think even that is not a proper comparison. I wonder if he does custom work and takes orders? I could use some HO scale fast food items (burgers, fried clams, chips, etc) for my trackside snack stands!... He would have to scale up quite a bit though. Very cool stuff... thanks for sharing Boss. tjd
 

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that is wow incredible stuff...can you imagine if he ever started doing ho cars? I wish I had a 1000th of his talent thanks for sharing that !


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That is some very awsome work I do agree. Gives a new meaning to needles and pins. Thats make you look at building these cars in a different light.Making little figures inside needles now thats talent I must say.
 

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All I can say is WOW!,....speak of talent! I wish I had 1,000th of his talent! This is amazing! Lets see more of them, when time allows.
 

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now I know how Claus can get that amazing detail. He really isn't on German time, he can't work until after midnight either!
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That's just crazy! But I guess this guy could help us answer the question of how many demons can dance on the head of a pin. Who wants to bet he hasn't sculpted one of those already? :lol:
 
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