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With his latest portrait work, California-based artist Andrew Myers is taking a "screw you" approach.
Each of his 3-dimensional portraits requires 8,000 to 10,000 screws, which Myers drills into a design sketched onto a plywood panel before he paints. He writes that he considers his work to be a mix between traditional sculpture (as the screws vary in height) and painting.
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See more of Myer's portraits on his website.