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Amazing work with Toothpicks

January 28th, 2010

Miniature city made by toothpicks

A miniature city made out of millions of toothpicks

Stan Munro works at the Museum of Science and Technology in Syracuse, New York USA. The above “toothpick city” took him 6 years to complete, using some 6 million toothpicks and 170 liters of glue.

Munro can take 6 months to create a building, while each piece of art work is built to 1:164 scale. Just marvel at some of these amazing works of great patience and skill.

Miniature city by Stan Munro

Church made by toothpicks

Buildings made by toothpicks

Some of the world’s tallests buildings

Sydney Opera House

Sydney Opera House

Taj Mahal in India

Taj Mahal made by toothpicks

Taj Mahal

Artwork made by toothpicks

Al Burj Hotel in Dubai

Al Burj Hotel, Dubai

St Peter in Vatican Basilica

St Peter’s Basilica

Toothpicks artwork

Makkah City

Makkah made by toothpicks

Makkah City

London Bridge made by toothpicks

London Bridge

London Bridge

Ship made by toothpicks

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  1. January 31st, 2010 at 01:16 | #1

    Thanks for visiting my blog, sorry for not dropping by earlier. U got a very cool blog indeed:)

  2. February 8th, 2010 at 16:00 | #2

    Wow, this is incredible. 6 years to create a city out of toothpicks is a hell of a long time. Takes some serious passion and patience. Kudos to him!

  3. March 1st, 2010 at 15:21 | #3

    how much do you want for the london bridge??

  4. Feldking
    May 23rd, 2010 at 10:59 | #4

    I’m sorry, but image number 9, is in Portsmouth, is called “Spinnaker Tower”.

  5. November 11th, 2010 at 04:25 | #5

    wow!!!because of this,i easily get some information about the stuffs all over the world..thank you so much..

  6. Steelburn
    November 23rd, 2011 at 03:55 | #6

    That’s not London Bridge. London Bridge is quite flat.
    That’s Tower Bridge, which is next to actual London Bridge.

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