Pin Sculpture Photography by Philip Karlberg

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Photographer Philip Karlberg utilizes his whimsically artistic flavor of photography through his still-life pin sculptures for Plaza Magazine. Using the art of clever lighting and carefully arranged wooden pins, he was able to sculpt these transparent-like celebrities, each with their own pair of specs. It took him six days to shoot six faces using 1,200 sticks to create these famous sunglasses wearers.

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