Thanks goes out to artist Agustina Woodgate for being creative (and weird) enough to build two castles out of compressed human hair bricks. The works of art are entitled “Tower” (2008) and “Sand Castle” (2008) and are part of the series called “I Want To Be A Princess”. “Tower” stands on a 2 foot square base (61cm), and reaches 4.5 feet tall (121cm), and took 3,000 human hair bricks to build. “Sand Castle” has a 2 foot by 3 floor base (61cm x 91cm) and measures 3 feet tall (91cm), and was built with hair clumps that were formed into a castle mould (the kind of moulds that are used for sand castles on the beach). The varying colours of hair strands create a tonal effect on the bricks which results in the building material appearing like clay, sand or stone. Luckily, the artist was able to find enough grey hair to form the banding on the top of the tower, and enough blonde hair to form the frame around the window opening.