The artist decided to honor the memory of his grandfather by drawing each of the 100,000 items in his pantry.
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Talented artist Lee Jon Phillips began an extremely ambitious project: he decided to draw each of the approximately 100,000 items in his grandfather's tool pantry, who died 20 years ago. Phillips says it will take about 4-5 years. He will draw everything from large tools to nails and bolts.
At the moment, images of about four thousand items are ready - this is about 5% of the work. The pantry with tools was kept by the artist's grandmother. “But neither she nor the pantry itself is eternal. I want to keep it for my family,” Phillips says.
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