Japanese Father Spends Seven Years Designing Hyper-Detailed Maze

By: Andrew Sztein - Published: • References: kotaku & spoon-tamago
If finding pathways through a labyrinth of dead ends and decision-forcing forks is your idea of a good time, then this detailed maze is perfect for you.

The maze is the result of seven years of drawing from the father of Japanese Twitter user Kya74. A closer look at the detailed maze reveals an stunningly intertwined and claustrophobic design that certainly looks possible to solve if one had an unlimited supply of pencils, erasers, and patience. The entire maze was produced on a large sheet of paper measuring 33 X 23 inches. Since her release of the images, Kya74 has printed 50 copies to give away to requests over the Internet, which are already spoken for. No word if anyone has solved it yet. Stats for Intricate Maze Art Trending: Older & Average
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