American artist Andrew Myers uses screws to create amazing 3D-portraits of people. Myers spends two or three days and up to ten thousand screws for each piece. He takes a sheet of plywood, makes a sketch of a portrait in pencil, and then begins to place the screws at different depths turning a flat image into a volume masterpiece.

You can find more of Andrew's work at his website HERE.

American artist Andrew Myers uses screws to create amazing 3D-portraits of people. Myers spends two or three days and up to ten thousand screws for each piece. He takes a sheet of plywood, makes a sketch of a portrait in pencil, and then begins to place the screws at different depths turning a flat image into a volume masterpiece.

You can find more of Andrew’s work at his website HERE.

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