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By Aganetha Dyck, in a most unusual collaboration, this artist begins the process with broken and damaged figurines which strategically have wax or honey placed on them to attract the bees. It then becomes the bees job to repair the figurines by building their meticulous honeycomb over the contours and indents. 

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