Huge Matchstick Globe

From a distance this globe may look like any other but it is in fact made from thousands of matchsticks. Created by artist, Andy Yoder, 56, from Cleveland, Ohio, the incredible creation is built from a staggering 300,000 individual matchsticks and took two years to build. The New York based artist used satellite images of the Earth during Hurricane Sandy as a basis for the sculpture as well as a second hand desktop globe to help map the contours of each country.

From a distance this globe may look like any other but it is in fact made from thousands of matchsticks. Created by artist, Andy Yoder, 56, from Cleveland, Ohio, the incredible creation is built from a staggering 300,000 individual matchsticks and took two years to build. The New York based artist used satellite images of the Earth during Hurricane Sandy as a basis for the sculpture as well as a second hand desktop globe to help map the contours of each country.

From a distance this globe may look like any other but it is in fact made from thousands of matchsticks. Created by artist, Andy Yoder, 56, from Cleveland, Ohio, the incredible creation is built from a staggering 300,000 individual matchsticks and took two years to build. The New York based artist used satellite images of the Earth during Hurricane Sandy as a basis for the sculpture as well as a second hand desktop globe to help map the contours of each country.

From a distance this globe may look like any other but it is in fact made from thousands of matchsticks. Created by artist, Andy Yoder, 56, from Cleveland, Ohio, the incredible creation is built from a staggering 300,000 individual matchsticks and took two years to build. The New York based artist used satellite images of the Earth during Hurricane Sandy as a basis for the sculpture as well as a second hand desktop globe to help map the contours of each country.

From a distance this globe may look like any other but it is in fact made from thousands of matchsticks. Created by artist, Andy Yoder, 56, from Cleveland, Ohio, the incredible creation is built from a staggering 300,000 individual matchsticks and took two years to build. The New York based artist used satellite images of the Earth during Hurricane Sandy as a basis for the sculpture as well as a second hand desktop globe to help map the contours of each country.