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Artist Uses Thousands Of Nails To Create 3D Art: MAKING MAD

AN Indian artist has found fame by creating incredible 3D portraits using a hammer and nails. Wajid Khan, from Indore in central India, completed his first nail portrait, of Mahatma Gandhi, in 2005, which took three years to complete. Since then Wajid has produced a series of portraits of iconic figures including his most recent, an image of Mother Mary and Jesus, made from 115,000 nails. Videographer / director: Shams Qari Producer: Haziq Qadri, Nick Johnson Editor: Joshua Douglas

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