Dalton Ghetti’s amazing pencil-tip sculptures

Whoa, this is pretty incredible: the Telegraph has a new picture gallery of Brazilian-born carpenter Dalton Ghetti’s remarkable pencil sculptures. From a boot, a button, and a saw to an entire miniature alphabet, the sculptures themselves are mind blowing. Even more amazing, according to the accompanying text: Dalton uses three basic tools to make his […]

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Calligraphy in Montreal: Fibres, poils, cailloux

From calligraphy artist Lorna Mulligan comes word of a new exhibit in Montreal’s Ame-Art gallery called Fibres, poils, cailloux. Featuring pieces by Mulligan and other members of the Les Calmars group, it’s on display through June 20. For those of you who can’t make it to the show, we’re lucky enough to have pictures of […]

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