Ships Made From Toothpicks

Check out these incredible sculptures of world famous ships – made from millions of tiny wooden toothpicks. Artist Wayne Kusy, 50, spends years painstakingly piecing together the tiny toothpicks to make stunning sculptures of ships such as the Titanic and Cutty Sark. And his biggest ship, the Queen Mary, depicts even the tiniest details from windows to the anchor – despite standing at an astonishing 25ft long, 3ft wide and 6ft high.

Check out these incredible sculptures of world famous ships - made from millions of tiny wooden toothpicks. Artist Wayne Kusy, 50, spends years painstakingly piecing together the tiny toothpicks to make stunning sculptures of ships such as the Titanic and Cutty Sark. And his biggest ship, the Queen Mary, depicts even the tiniest details from windows to the anchor - despite standing at an astonishing 25ft long, 3ft wide and 6ft high.

Check out these incredible sculptures of world famous ships - made from millions of tiny wooden toothpicks. Artist Wayne Kusy, 50, spends years painstakingly piecing together the tiny toothpicks to make stunning sculptures of ships such as the Titanic and Cutty Sark. And his biggest ship, the Queen Mary, depicts even the tiniest details from windows to the anchor - despite standing at an astonishing 25ft long, 3ft wide and 6ft high.

Check out these incredible sculptures of world famous ships - made from millions of tiny wooden toothpicks. Artist Wayne Kusy, 50, spends years painstakingly piecing together the tiny toothpicks to make stunning sculptures of ships such as the Titanic and Cutty Sark. And his biggest ship, the Queen Mary, depicts even the tiniest details from windows to the anchor - despite standing at an astonishing 25ft long, 3ft wide and 6ft high.

Check out these incredible sculptures of world famous ships - made from millions of tiny wooden toothpicks. Artist Wayne Kusy, 50, spends years painstakingly piecing together the tiny toothpicks to make stunning sculptures of ships such as the Titanic and Cutty Sark. And his biggest ship, the Queen Mary, depicts even the tiniest details from windows to the anchor - despite standing at an astonishing 25ft long, 3ft wide and 6ft high.