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Royal wedding memorabilia has officially crossed the line.

This impressive Etch A Sketch portrait of Prince William and Kate Middleton by George Vlosich took 80 hours to complete, the Daily Mail reports. And, yes, it's one continuous line! Created for a royal wedding-themed art show, the work captures Kate and William's engagement photo, along with the Union Jack flag and royal coat of arms for some patriotic flair.

Vlosich, who received an invite to the White House thanks to his Barack Obama etching, has always been a bit of a whiz kid with the childhood toy. "I can't really explain it -- drawing on the Etch just came naturally to me," he told the UK newspaper. The Ohio-based artist first discovered his sketchy talents on a road trip with his family to Washington D.C. Luckily for him, his parents didn't hand him a Rubik's cube.

But won't one quick shake erase the royal couple's aluminum-forged love? Nope. Vlosich explains that the powder has been removed, preserving the piece happily ever after.

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  • Willburwill

    What a royal waste of time

  • nichole

    THAT is funny LOL

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