Artist Celebrates Late Grandfather By Drawing Each Of The 100,000+ Items He Left In His Toolshed

“Talented artist Lee John Phillips has undertaken a project of epic proportions to celebrate the memory of his late grandfather. Phillips estimates that it will take him about 4-5 years to draw all 100,000+ items left behind in the shed by his grandfather, who passed away roughly 20 years ago. Everything from large tools to jars full of nails, nuts and bolts will be covered!

Phillips has been numbering each object in his meticulous project, and has drawn nearly 4,000 at this point…”

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3 Responses to Artist Celebrates Late Grandfather By Drawing Each Of The 100,000+ Items He Left In His Toolshed

  1. rj says:

    "Phillips will draw every nail, nut and bolt in the shed!"
    Incredible. He has pages of nails, each numbered!

  2. Anonymous says:

    I've looked at this several times, and each and every time I get a huge smile.

    love it.

  3. If grandparents think they have little influence on their grandchildren, they should read this post. marvelous. words ….pictures….times…time. Eternal Worlds….

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