Dalton Ghetti’s unbelievable micro pencil sculptures

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Dalton Ghetti’s unbelievable micro pencil sculptures
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Connecticut-based artist Dalton Ghetti must have amazing eyesight. Pictured here are none other than pencils that he hand-carves to teeny tiny detail. Apparently, Ghetti is a carpenter by trade and the pencils are his side project. He uses razor blades, sewing needles, sculpting knives, and mad skills. My mind is officially blown. [Thanks, Markle!]

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14 thoughts on “Dalton Ghetti’s unbelievable micro pencil sculptures

  1. jacks says:

    wow. How did this guy manage to make this? Incredible

  2. Alan Parekh says:

    Wow that is amazing. I wonder how many frustrating attempts it takes to make one of those. The heart on the linked site I think is the most impressive!

  3. Gareth Branwyn says:

    The saw, utilizing the wood of the pencil for the handle, is genius!

  4. donfrench says:

    Not to diminish this accomplishment in the least, but his sculptures are huge compared to these:

    http://www.willard-wigan.com/video.aspx

  5. the_b_roll says:

    I keep thinking about this work. I think it’s amazing. So. Awesome.

  6. pencils says:

    Nice blog.Thanks for sharing this information.

  7. pencils says:

    Nice blog.Thanks for sharing this information.

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