Malaysian artist Sirajudeen Kamal Batcha has created a delicate miniature graphite sculpture representing Taj Mahal, one of the most famous mausoleum in the world, located in Agra, India.
On BoredPanda, Sirajudeen explains the carving process of his tiny sculpture, which took him 72 hours to complete: ‘I cut some pencils in half and pulled out the graphite from them to make this amazing tiny sculpture. Using a knife and a tiny chisel I carved Taj Mahal on the surface of the graphites. After I finished carving, I stuck them together one by one with extreme caution.’
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