30 Dec '15, 6pm

Artist carves tiny train on tracks inside a carpenter’s pencil: https://t.co/1mPonVAW0v

In addition to a graphite train, Chinn carved a graphite set of trestle tracks, and a bridge for her train. The trestle and train rest securely on the carpenter pencil base, where the train’s engine emerges near the point of the pencil. Other carved graphite train cars pass through a wooden bridge in the middle of the pencil, clad in the pencil’s signature yellow paint. The pieces are held tight with the aid of glue that keeps everything securely in place.

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