The latest work by micro-sculpture artist Willard Wigan showing Prince William and Kate Middleton in the eye of a needle. Birmingham born Wigan, an artist celebrated for his tiny creations, has sculpted a model of the royal couple which fits into the eye of a needle. The sculpture of the royal couple is being exhibited at The Castle Gallery in Birmingham.
An artist has created a royal wedding portrait of Prince William and Kate Middleton using 11,000 jelly beans. Malcolm West from Hersham, Surrey, spent up to ten hours a day over a period of more than five weeks painstakingly sticking each sweet on to his creation
A Staffordshire artist has used thousands of postage stamps to create a picture of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Pete Mason used more than 3,000 recycled stamps to depict the couple in front of the Rose Window at Westminster Abbey. Mr Mason is showing the work at The Art Gallery in Tetbury, Gloucestershire.
Artist George Vlosich spent 125 hours creating this portrait of Prince William and Kate Middleton on an Etch a Sketch
This very unofficial painting of William and Kate was auctioned on eBay in aid of anti-war charity War Child. London artist, Grainne Jordan, created the anti-war painting which shows Prince William and Kate Middleton in the roles of modern peace ambassadors, in reference to John Lennon and Yoko Ono's famous Bed-In For Peace of 1969
Knitted figures of Prince William and Kate Middleton from "Knit Your Own Royal Wedding". The book, by Fiona Goble, gives instructions on how to knit figures that look like Prince William, Kate Middleton and other members of the royal family, as well as the Archbishop of Canterbury. The book contains a fold-out balcony on which to display the figures.
A Japanese man is so bananas about the royal wedding he has sculpted Wills and Kate - out of bananas. Keisuke Yamada usually creates fantasy characters by gently carving the fruit's flesh but couldn't resist trying his hand at the happy couple. The 23-year-old electrician took half an hour to make each face using a spoon and toothpick.
A member of Tate and Lyle's staff looks over a wedding cake depicting Kate Middleton and Prince William, during an exhibition showcasing replicas and competition royal wedding cakes in London
Two women pose with a cake made by Michelle Wibowo representing Prince William and Kate Middleton, at the Ideal Home Show exhibition, in London
Lego figures representing Prince William and Kate Middleton marry inside a giant scale replica model of Westminster Abbey, featuring 180,000 bricks and a congregation of nearly 400 figures. The model took eight weeks to construct and will be unveiled at the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) in Manchester, on April 28.
Lego models of Prince William and Kate Middleton share a kiss in front of a model of Buckingham Palace in Miniland at Legoland Windsor, Berkshire
US artist John Lamouranne has used eggs to depict Prince William and Kate Middleton leaving Westminster Abbey after their wedding
The royal wedding display at Mainsgill farm shop, North Yorkshire, uses straw bales to create a carriage, complete with Prince William and Kate Middleton, pulled by a team of white horses
PizzaExpress have recreated the faces of Prince William and Kate Middleton made from pizza ingredients to mark the royal wedding
Pizza chain Papa John's has created an image of Prince William and Kate Middleton on a pizza. The chain worked with a food artist to create the pizza, which includes Miss Middleton's veil made from mushrooms; her dress from cheese; and William's morning suit out of salami and peppers.
A portrait by food artist Prudence Staite, commissioned by Crown Carveries, of Prince William and Kate Middleton made from typical foods found on a carvery. The picture took about four hours to make using typical ingredients found at a Crown Carvery including turkey, gammon, beef, carrots, peas, broccoli, cauliflower, potatoes, Yorkshire puddings and gravy.
Two characters from the BBC children's programme Small Potatoes are dressed as Kate Middleton and Prince William
Gallery director Jean-David Malat poses between two works of art entitled God Save The Future Queen and King of Pop, by British artist Zoobs, at the Opera Gallery in London. The two works have been sold for £20,000 each.
Street artist Rich Simmons with his mural of Prince William and Kate Middleton depicted as Sid Vicious, bassist of the seminal punk rock band the Sex Pistols, and his girlfriend Nancy Spungen at the Southbank in London
A work on a wall in north London by a graffiti artist called Bambi depicts Prince William and Kate Middleton with the words 'A Bit Like Marmite' across their chests
A Kate Middleton 'Princess Catherine' doll is pictured at Hamley's toy store in London. The doll, retailing at £35, has been dressed and accessorised by seven British designers