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City Foundry Bots Come In All Shapes And Sizes

Happen to be in the New York City area? Then check out the robots on display at the City Foundry, 365 Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn, New York. These robot sculptures were created by Gordon Bennett out of a mixture of random objects found which are both old and new. These aren’t robotic bartenders trying to get you drunk so they ...

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Land Rovers Grow Up

Land Rover is coming up on its 60th anniversary and to celebrate the occasion, sculpture artist Gerry Judah has created nothing short of a masterpiece. This 34 meter-high installation at the Goodwood Festival of Speed features several, from what I can make out, Range Rovers (?) scaling the structure. The entire thing weighs an astronomical 120 tons and is on ...

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Let Your Lady Friends Know, You’re No Shovenist

“The female form is the most attractive in nature,” says Dutch sculptor Mario Philippona. We couldn’t agree more. After all, no one wants a sculpture of a man’s flaccid genitals decorating their home. Instead, why not a coffee table with a woman’s legs and curvy rear-end at each corner? That’s what Mario has been sculpting: erotic home decor inspired by ...

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Pedal Powered Panzer Fights War, Not Wars

Kick ass pedal powered Panzers are fighting the good fight. The second annual Kensington Kinetic Sculpture Derby inspired a group of guys to construct a human powered Panzer Kampwagen III in 11 days for the purpose of crashing the party. By the time they were finished the tank, they were too tired to crash any party, so they just spent ...

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Decorate Your Yard With The Living-Dead

There is no better way to have the feds on to you than dead bodies climbing out of your yard. Living-Dead bodies that is. Artist Alan Dickinson, master of self-incrimination, has created his most haunting image of yard sculptures to date. The Zombie of Montclaire Moors let’s all your neighbors know that you’re one sick puppy. This zombie could burrow ...

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The Hexapod Robot CNC Router is a 3-D Sculpting Machine!

This DIY project from Matt Denton is a six-legged robot that’s able to crawl onto a malleable surface and begin cutting images into it. Though the original design called for a basic pen for drawing, the robot’s now equipped with a cutting tool able to mill three-dimensional surfaces into high density foam. It takes nearly 30 minutes to complete the ...

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We Killed Off All The Buffalo; Let’s Find A Replacement

Kinetic sculptor and artist Theo Jansen has been working on pseudo-living creatures for nearly ten years. Dubbed “Strand Beests,” these gigantic sculptors use the wind to walk along the wet sand of the beach in a most life-like manner. Using plastic electrical-conduit, these creatures are constructed from scratch with passive intelligence built into their motor skills enabling them to avoid ...

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Noggins: Madam Tussauds On Meth

Brought to you from the twisted mind of Joseph Seigenthaler, Noggins are a series of sculptures created from oil, resin, hair, wax, fabric and Stoneware or Earthware called Noggins. All of the creations are pretty grotesque looking, usually involving a face stuck in a state of contortion, though I’d imagine you could tone it down a bit by throwing one ...

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