1. ITV Report

The Welsh artist spending three years drawing every single object in his late grandfather's shed

A Welsh artist is embarking on an ambitious project to draw every single object in his late grandfather's shed.

Since Handel Jones died two decades ago, the shed in Aberbargoed, near Caerphilly, has been left untouched.

Lee's grandfather used the shed to repair household objects and mining memorabilia

Now his grandson Lee is cataloging it right down to the last detail.

Mike Griffiths went to take a look.

My grandfather was originally a beltsman in the pits, and then he went to nightschool and became an engineer.

[The shed] was somewhere where he would fix old mining paraphernalia, but he would fix anything.

– Lee Phillips
Lee is meticulously sketching even the smallest objects

Lee's grandfather Handel Jones died in 1994. Since then, his workshop has remained virtually untouched.

Lee is now taking a sabbatical from his teaching job while he works on the project.

He'll include every single object - no matter how small - something he thinks will take three years to complete.

Many of the items have been left as they were when Handel Jones last used it

Part of this project is to acknowledge that he had that patience for collecting and for storing.

Each jar holds bits for one particular job or one particular task.

What I'm doing is a testament to that man's patience.

– Lee Phillips

Lee plans to build a full-size replica of the shed to display the artwork inside it at sites around South Wales.