Lee John Phillips’s grandfather passed away 20 years ago, and he left behind a tool shed filled with nuts, bolts, tools, and knickknacks. Untouched for the last couple of decades, Philips has now embarked on a mission to draw every item in that shed before it all needs to be disposed of. With tens of thousands of items, the illustrator believes it will take him 4-5 years to complete the entire project. You can follow his progress on his Instagram page or his website.
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