Willard Wigans Tom Daley

Blink and you might miss this – a world-class artist has created a mind-blowing sculpture of dive sensation Tom Daley smaller than a human BLOOD CELL on the end of a tiny eyelash. Super sculptor Willard Wigan spent months painstakingly carving the extraordinary model out of specks of gold so small even the pulse in his finger could crush it. For the sculpture, his smallest to date, he even painted Brit Tom, 17, using a hair from the leg of a fruit fly.

Blink and you might miss this - a world-class artist has created a mind-blowing sculpture of dive sensation Tom Daley smaller than a human BLOOD CELL on the end of a tiny eyelash. Super sculptor Willard Wigan spent months painstakingly carving the extraordinary model out of specks of gold so small even the pulse in his finger could crush it. For the sculpture, his smallest to date, he even painted Brit Tom, 17, using a hair from the leg of a fruit fly.

Blink and you might miss this - a world-class artist has created a mind-blowing sculpture of dive sensation Tom Daley smaller than a human BLOOD CELL on the end of a tiny eyelash. Super sculptor Willard Wigan spent months painstakingly carving the extraordinary model out of specks of gold so small even the pulse in his finger could crush it. For the sculpture, his smallest to date, he even painted Brit Tom, 17, using a hair from the leg of a fruit fly.

Blink and you might miss this - a world-class artist has created a mind-blowing sculpture of dive sensation Tom Daley smaller than a human BLOOD CELL on the end of a tiny eyelash. Super sculptor Willard Wigan spent months painstakingly carving the extraordinary model out of specks of gold so small even the pulse in his finger could crush it. For the sculpture, his smallest to date, he even painted Brit Tom, 17, using a hair from the leg of a fruit fly.

Blink and you might miss this - a world-class artist has created a mind-blowing sculpture of dive sensation Tom Daley smaller than a human BLOOD CELL on the end of a tiny eyelash. Super sculptor Willard Wigan spent months painstakingly carving the extraordinary model out of specks of gold so small even the pulse in his finger could crush it. For the sculpture, his smallest to date, he even painted Brit Tom, 17, using a hair from the leg of a fruit fly.