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Stunningly Intricate Sculptures Carved From Pencil Tips By Jasenko Đorđević

Published 4 years ago

Carving pencil lead seems to be the modern equivalent of painting on grains of rice. Jasenko Đorđević takes the dark pencil core and turns it into shapes of people, busts of superheroes and even tiny detailed trains.

Jasenko Đorđević is a Bosnian born in Tulza. He uses an X-acto knife and tiny chisel to fantastic results. His inspiration is Dalton Ghetti.

Graphite is his material of choice “since it is hard and fragile at the same time. One has to be very careful when working with black lead, as the smallest lack of attention can lead to its cracking”. If you want more pencil carvings, click here to check out the works by Salavat Fidai.

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Martynas Klimas

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