The World's Smallest Sculptures
British artists Willard Wigan considers himself to be a "micro-sculptor."
Willard creates teeny tiny sculptures.
His art is usually made to fit into the eye of a needle or onto the head of a pin.
In fact, you need a microscope to see his work!
According to Willard, his passion for the arts came from his disability.
As a child, he struggled in his classes due to his dyslexia.
He felt humiliated by his teachers for not learning to read.
At the young age of 5, Willard started sculpting to escape the harsh realities of school.
Best of luck to Willard Wigan and his tiny little sculptures.