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Artist uses screws to make jaw-dropping art

Photos logoPhotos 09/02/2019

A professional artist, Andrew Myers uses thousands of screws to create a range of unique and fascinating 3-D masterpieces. From the conceptual stage to the actual execution, his creations can take up to four months to complete. “The first step in any piece is an original idea – I spend a lot of time conceptualizing what I want to say and how I want it to come across. I then arrange a photoshoot where I get my reference shots. The next step is a drawing, then the screws go in as a sculpture and finally it becomes an oil painting,” he says explaining the process. The California, U.S.-based artist uses screws of varying lengths to add depth to his artworks. Here are some of Myers' standout artworks.

Right Idea, Wrong Pot

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A Little Tipsy

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When Life Gives You Lemons

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The Deception

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Tomorrow Is A New Day

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Holding On To My Thoughts

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Sweet Dreams

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Boots

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And, finally, here's the artist at work:

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