Sergey Pakhomov Creates Intricate Sculptures of Vehicles and Homes

By: Marina Rotharmel - Published: Sep 5, 2012 • References: foodiggity & incrediblethings
Plenty of people have made macaroni jewelry boxes and necklaces, but artist Sergey Pakhomov brings pasta art to a whole new level with his miniature models. In his collection, Pakhomov has created incredibly detailed and intricate models of different vehicles and homes.

Using penne, ruote, spaghetti and countless other varieties of pasta, Pakhomov builds replicas of cars, planes, ships, bikes and cottages that are built to scale. In total, he created 30 different models. They weren't easy to make, as each sculpture took a painstaking 20-30 hours to complete.

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