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  • Liz Cerny-Chipman

    This is an AMAZING artwork/ping pong ball tour through San Francisco using 100000 toothpicks glued together with Elmers glue. Watch the video for the full tour!

  • All Things Art, Color, People and Nature (belinda)

    A kinetic art sculpture of the beautiful city of San Francisco. Using more than 100,000 toothpicks, Scott meticulously recreates all of the famous landmarks and destinations

  • Sarah DuPree

    100,000 toothpick sculpture of San Francisco by Scott Weaver

  • Pauline Osmont

    San Francisco in 100 000 toothpicks

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