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Streets ahead of the competition: Artist spends 104 hours painstakingly carving a map of London from a piece of drawing paper

Nils Westergard from Richmond, Virginia, is an artist and filmmaker who carved a map of London by using a handheld blade and slicing holes into a piece of 117lb drawing paper.
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