COMM: Artist Wajid Khan has patented his own unique way of creating portraits, using nails. COMM: This picture has taken almost seven months to complete and has used 115,000 nails. COMM: Wajid completed his first nail portrait in 2005, a picture of Mahatma Gandhi that
took him three years. COMM: But as well as nails, Wajid has also utilised bullets, spoons, car parts and medical equipment in his art works. COMM: As well as being an artist, Wajid is also an inventor. Aged 14, he invented the
world’s smallest electric iron. COMM: He is now being commissioned to design a unique sculpture for the 2022 FIFA World
Cup in Qatar. But as his profile grows, the inspiration behind his work stays the same.