We are used to seeing Broadway Tower at 65 feet but sculptor Willard Wigan MBE has reduced the second highest point on the Cotswold escarpment, into a tiny mico-sculpture set in the eye of a needle.
What's more incredible is that the sculpture is made of miniscule grains of stone taken from the tower and is complete with windows, turrets and a flagpole.
Willard works from memory and was able to memorise the tower's form after looking at and image and it took him a further four weeks to produce.
He was first introduced to Broadway when he opened an exhibition of his work at Broadway Museum and Art Gallery. He was so taken with the village that he decided to create its iconic tower as his latest project.
The tower micro-sculpture is currently on display at Broadway Luxury gallery in Broadway and an exhibition of Willard’s other work can be found at Broadway Museum and Art Gallery.