Using tools of his own making, and a GREAT deal of patience, British artist Willard Wigan crafts micro-sculptures, some of which can't even be seen with the naked eye. Each piece - fairies, animals, movie stars - typically sits framed in the eye of a needle, or on the head of a pin.
"When I decided to pluck out one of my eyelashes, I looked at it and I said, 'Hmm, could I do a sculpture on the end of an eyelash?' So I decided to create Charlie Chaplinm," Wigan said. "It looks like a seesaw, that he's on a type of seesaw, because the eyelash is like that. So he's like levitating almost."