Andrew Myers’ Screw Portraits

With the help of a drill and a bucket full of screws, Andrew Myres, a 31-year-old artist from Orange County, California, manages to create realistic mind-blowing portraits. The idea struck Andrew while working in a church a few years back: “I was doing bronze reliefs depicting the life of Saint Catherine and thought how cool would it be to create something entirely out of screws. I’d always wanted to work with screws, I got the idea and that was it. Six months later I completed my first piece.”

The artist drives thousands screws at various depths, creating unique 3D images. Once the screws are in at the correct depth, (from 7,000 to 10,000 holes by hand) he paints over each head individually to create the finished product,which looks more like a portrait than a sculpture.

Published by Larry Fire

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