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Hungarian artist, whose real name we cannot find, Cerkahegyzo carves mind blowing miniature pencil sculptures. While looking though the images, it was hard to comprehend the exact methods he used to achieve a few results listed below. Take for examples the first image. We think he simply cut the head in half, thus giving the viewer the illusion that he used two pencil heads.

The most incredible part about his work, is that he does it as a hobby. During the day he works as a professional tool-maker in Hungary. His weapons of choice to craft these elegant sculptures are: needles, razor blades, sandpaper, files, polishing stones and all varieties of pencils. We can’t even imagine the hours this must have taken to complete. Be sure to check out his deviantART profile to see more. Enjoy!

Mind Blowing Pencil Sculptures Carved by Carkahegyzo (1)

Mind Blowing Pencil Sculptures Carved by Carkahegyzo (2)

Mind Blowing Pencil Sculptures Carved by Carkahegyzo (3)

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Mind Blowing Pencil Sculptures Carved by Carkahegyzo (5)

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Mind Blowing Pencil Sculptures Carved by Carkahegyzo (9)

Mind Blowing Pencil Sculptures Carved by Carkahegyzo (10)

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Mind Blowing Pencil Sculptures Carved by Carkahegyzo (14)

Mind Blowing Pencil Sculptures Carved by Carkahegyzo (15)

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