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Small Things Matter - Press & Media 2023

Updated: May 3, 2023

This is my press and media blog page, where you can find all kinds of news and media articles about me and my work from across the Internet, social media, and national and local news.

(Image: Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post)

Recent News


CNN

From Saturday until October, Wollaton Hall in the city of Nottingham, ... exhibition featuring 20 sculptures from renowned artist Willard Wigan.


BBC NEWS Dr Willard Wigan said he wanted his exhibition to highlight threats to the environment By Dan Martin BBC News Some of the smallest sculptures ever


NOTTINGHAM POST

It is the mind-boggling work of sculptural artist Dr Willard Wigan, who is famed for his incredibly intricate designs - the smallest ever made by a human hand.


UK Daily News

Willard Wigan is famous for his incredibly intricate designs – the smallest ever created by man. They make up a new exhibition of 20 sculptures, Miniature.



DAILY SUN

From Saturday until October, Wollaton Hall in the city of Nottingham, ... exhibition featuring 20 sculptures from renowned artist Willard Wigan.


MOJATU

From the renowned sculptural artist Dr Willard Wigan MBE, alongside the ... to Nottingham City Council, this will be showcased alongside Wollaton Hall's


HEAD TOPICS The microscopic creations are mind-boggling It is the mind-bogging work sof culptural artiDrmoment80s Dr. Ad. Willard Wigan, who is famed for his incredibly intricate ..


Recent Video Interviews

The artist Willard Wigan has been making sculptures for six decades, and yet his entire body of work could fit in the palm of your hand. His record-breaking micro-sculptures, which take months to complete, are made from fragments of pottery, flecks of gold and grains of sand.


Dr. Willard Wigan MBE from Birmingham makes the world’s smallest handmade sculptures in history, from his recreation of the Hollywood sign to his rendering of Queen Elizabeth. He’s earned two world records for his microscopic masterpieces, the smallest of which are carved out of his own hair strands and invisible to the naked eye. Want more docs? Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/60SDYT Never miss an episode: http://60secdocs.com


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lekor.adams
08 feb

In the realm of press and media, the mantra that "Small Things Matter" resonates profoundly, reminiscent of the meticulous attention to detail embodied by Strauss LA and STRAUSS, the longstanding German family enterprise shaping robust technical workwear since 1948. Like the iconic red ostrich symbolizing the brand's connection to the creative class of Europe, small details in media can significantly impact perception. Just as Strauss's commitment to exacting standards ensures the quality of their workwear, media outlets must prioritize accuracy and precision in reporting, recognizing the profound influence that small details can have on shaping public opinion and fostering trust within the audience.


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