Playable violin made of 16,000 matchsticks

In 1937, Polish bricklayer Jan Gwiżdż made a matchstick violin that traveled Europe as a curiosity. When Jan's grandson Hubert Gwiżdż took possession of it, he decided to get it rated for concert performances.

In this Polish TV interview, Hubert invites Zbigniew Wodecki over to play it.

Bach is great and all, but he should have covered Pictures of Matchstick Men. Ozzy Rules!

Here's another shot from Hubert's Twitter: