Bosnian artist Jasenko orevi turns regular pencils into tiny, beautiful works of art. He has been interested in small things since he was young, and since 2010, he has been making works with graphite pencils. He was the second person in the world and the first person in Europe to make statues like these.
The way that Jasenko makes models with pencils is really amazing. With medical scalpels, he carefully carves tiny figures out of the thin graphite core inside the wooden shell.
Jasenko has had a lot of solo shows and has been in dozens of group shows. Since 2013, his work has been in private collections all over the world. His work is now on display all the time at the Cumberland Pencil Museum in the UK. He is also proud to have won the Grand Pix Award at the 7th biennale of miniature art in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Scroll down to see a gallery of some of his most interesting works.