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The World's Tiniest Masterpieces: Art so small it could fit in the eye of a needle
Willard Wigan’s entire collection – valued in the millions - could fit on a coin. Now, he’s creating his smallest piece yet, hoping to beat his own world record with a sculpture invisible to the naked eye. Watch now.
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