It Took This Artist 4 Years To Carve A Record Breaking Sculpture Made From A Single Tree

This record-breaking, wooden sculpture inspired by the famous scroll painting, Along the River During the Qingming Festival (c 1085-1145), took over four years to complete. It’s “the world’s longest wooden sculpture” and undeniably deserves its title. The meticulous detail etched into each inch of the sculpture is absolutely breathtaking. Artist Zheng Chunhui deserves every accolade he can get for having brought such beauty to the 40 foot (12.286 meter) long tree.

Art by Zheng Chunhui – images via English China News Service / Lv Ming
(h/t: twistedsifter)

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