Pioneering a new sculptural technique in the field of nanoart, Hurwitz successfully created the world’s smallest sculptures, the most famous of his wife, Yifat. The nano sculpture was created using 3D printing technology and a technique called multiphoton lithography, which works to create super-small features within a photosensitive material. Measuring only 80 by 100 by 20 microns, the piece is not only the world’s smallest work of art, but the world’s smallest human creation, tiny enough to stand on a strand of human hair, and invisible to the naked eye.
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