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Turkish artist Hasan Kale (previously here and here) creates paintings so small, you need magnification to trully appreciate it. For canvases, Kale uses peanut husks, split almonds, banana chips, beans, and anything else that is tiny. According to his Facebook, the artist has even set himself the challenge of painting Instanbul on a strand of hair. If anybody can pull this off, it’s probably his steady hands.
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