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A Saudi artist uses more than 2,000 nails for drawing paintings

A Saudi artist was able to achieve wide supremacy, through his artistic production, when he excelled in producing drawings in which he mixed strings with their colors, using iron nails that were hammered on wood panels, to produce three-dimensional art paintings, in which drawings with distinctive creative accuracy were distinguished.

The artist, Abdel-Wahab Al-Dayel, a specialist in marketing and writing novels, recently produced a painting in which King Salman was drawn using strings and nails, which lasted for a month, with an average of 154 working hours.

He revealed to Al-Arabiya.net: I tried to present a distinctive and different art during the 90th National Day, so I followed this method despite what it needed in terms of accuracy and aGreat long time.

He added, “I developed the image, drew the map of Saudi Arabia, and merged it with science in a skillful and artistic way. The image was equal to thousands of expressive words, through a panel size of 160 * 120 cm, with a heavy weight of wood thickness and the weight of the nails in it.”