Guts in Detail by ahleena

Guts in Detail

This is an up-close detail of one of the metal sculptures. As if the appearance of these creatures were not disturbing enough, doubly disconcerting is the thought that they might actually be capable of marching down the street, as I believe this sculpture and quite a few of the others may be. Note the engine in the middle with it's chain-driven pulley, hydraulic lines leading to hydraulic pistons on the legs, and at the very top, you might notice a joystick. Demented genius, this chap is, if these things work.
That is just far too cool, excellent recycling...
January 19th, 2016  
Genius goon mad! Must have a look at your site to see if you've pictured this in the broader perspective!
January 19th, 2016  
Creative beauty for some and just fabulously creative for others. Wonderful detail and I agree I'm not a fan of these pieces walking or moving at all.
January 19th, 2016  
some nice textures and tones poppy :)
January 19th, 2016  
@graemestevens Yes indeed! I keep wondering if the "scales" on this are spoons.

@Weezilou I did! I am tempted to go back to that place because SURELY I did not get everything.

@joysabin Me too, yet I think I'd pay a small sum to see it.

@phil_howcroft Thank you! I probably could have left it in color and you'd never have known, but I am glad I did all of these B/W
January 23rd, 2016  
Cool, love these type of experiments!
January 23rd, 2016  
Cool in b & w.
January 25th, 2016  
@overalvandaan Guy was demented, pretty sure. Thinking of going back and taking my daughter, who has taken some courses in psychology and anthropology and see what she says. ;)

@sdutoit Thank you. Even though it would have been primarily black and white even in color, I think it does make a difference to get that color gone all the way. :)
January 27th, 2016  
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