Even if you have an undying love for crafts and a hefty appreciation for the Lord of the Rings series, we guarantee that you don't love them as much as Pat Acton of Matchstick Marvels does.
As you can probably tell, Acton has been making matchstick models for a long time. He began working with them in the late 1970s, his first piece being a simple model of a church. Since then, he's created 65 matchstick models of architecture, art, and machinery. He's used an astonishing four million matchsticks to do so.