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Mechanical Arthropods and Insects Made from Watch Parts and Light Bulbs watches sculpture insects assemblage - justin gershenson-gates

Chandler the Robot Necklace $25.    Want to get 2. One for me, and one for my friend Amanda.

My robot necklace from Meg Frampton's (of Meg Dia) Etsy site: Chandler The Robot. I have a robot obsession.


Steven Rodrig – Circuit Board Sculptures - Disposing of circuit boards by ordinary means is bad for the environment. Fortunately Steven Rodrig recycles circuit boards by creating creative art.

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Steampunk Animal and Insect Sculptures by Igor Verniy steampunk sculpture assemblage animals

Russian artist Igor Verniy creates beautiful steampunk animal sculptures out of metal parts from cars, clocks, appliances, and electronics. The joints on m

At the beginning of the 2016 Presidential primary season, the criticism of process was directed at the Democratic Party. Before one vote was cast, the Demo

The Wasteland or Wastes refers to the majority of the world's post-nuclear environment in the Fallout universe. During the Great War, it took no more than two hours for the nuclear warheads that were fired to change the face of the planet and affect life


Insecta- Kinetic Lamps by U-Ram Choe , Kinetic sculptures, insect-like lamps entitled Silver Insecta Lamp and Gold Insecta Lamp, created by Korean sculptor U-Ram Choe.

Сью Беатрис (Sue Beatrice), Нью-Джерси, All Natural Arts

Clock parts can be used to make things other than clocks or clutter. Susan Beatrice of All Natural Arts uses those parts to make tiny steampunk sculptures.

Steampunk Watch Part Sculptures by Sue Beatrice watches steampunk sculpture recyling assemblage

Using the smallest components from repurposed antique pocket watches and other time pieces, New-Jersey based artist Sue Beatrice of All Natural Arts assembles curious sculptures of animals and human figures.