Omsk Artist Created Tiny Monument to Russian Space Conquerors

The famous Omsk artist-microminiaturist, Anatoly Konenko, created a monument to the conquerors of space on a pencil lead, om1 reports. The work is dedicated to Cosmonautics Day which was celebrated on April 12. 

Anatoly created a copy of the Monument to the Conquerors of Space, the original of which is in Moscow. The artist made his work on a pencil lead, the width of which is only 5 mm and the height is about 8-9 mm.

In addition, Konenko wrote a book about the Omsk designer of rocket and space systems Sergey Korolev. To do this, he had to visit all the places in the city associated with the name of the famous person. The book is made of larch wood in a typographic way and is 9.5 cm high.

A few years earlier, Anatoly managed to make portraits of Yuri Gagarin and Sergey Korolev on a cedar nutshell.

In addition, the master created a copy of the launch vehicle on a mammoth tusk in the eye of a needle.

Ru-Main, 14.04.2021, Pictures: Omsk Regional Website  

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