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The pencil artist who gets straight to the point: Drawing the crowds to a UK museum, the mini masterpieces carved from graphite
Of all the tools at an artist’s disposal, the pencil is perhaps the most humble.

But for Jasenko Dordevic, that slender cylinder of wood and graphite is more than a tool for sketching. For each of his fragile creations — some of which are on show at The Pencil Museum in Cumbria — stands no taller than a fingernail and each is the result of hours of painstaking work with tiny scalpels and chisels.

One wrong move and there’s no rubbing it all out and starting again.