From tall stacks of coins with the curved bottom of a spoon as the base, to columns made from intertwining rows of coins and even some designs that incorporate small spheres, there seems to be no limit to what thumb_tani (Tanu) can do. His increasingly intricate design have prompted some people to suggest that he muse be using glue to keep his creations together. But he shut them all down by posting a video of him building one of his incredible structures.
Tanu says that stacking hundreds of coins in such precarious positions requires extreme concentration and self-control, as a simple shake of his fingers can send the whole structure tumbling down.
The amateur artist has a Twitter following of over 38,000 people who can wait to see what design he comes up with next. His works have been featured on hundreds of Japanese sites and blogs, and he even made headlines in international media, after some of his photos went viral, at the end of last year.
Clancy's comment: Mm ... One slip and it's all over Rover.