Artist and full-time professor Jay Wilson says he uses "humble materials" like toothpicks and matches to create these beautiful works. I love how he incorporates typography and how you can see the red tips of the matches in the deers' antlers or in the lettering. In addition to toothpicks and safety matches, he uses just glue and T-pins.
"The work is complex in arrangement and…Continue
Think you have the time, dedication and patience to create an artwork like this? First, try and comprehend these numbers. 6 million matches. 16 years of life. Bulgarian artist Plamen Ignatov used that many matches and spent that much time to create this impressive miniature model of the Rila Monastery. Made of wood, matches and gems, it's now on display at the Museum of…