That is scarily clever - scary as in 'it might move at any minute'!
Very funny. Makes me think of French sculptor César's compressions and of Al Honig's sculptures.
How creative. Love this amalgam of creativity and metal. Didn't know Jack London was from Oakland. Learning so much searching the daily photo sites!I can just hear you shouting "Goodbye, winter- even though it it 70 degrees."(You'll like my post today. It is about ART!Janis
Its amazing how inventive people are. A great looking monkey from old car parts. Really nice and thanks for showing.
What a wonderful find. This fits in with my post of today, the Metal Art Triceratops. Some artists have great visions and talent.
"Did anyone see that speeding car?"
I really like that picture! I mean... a brake drum for a face? You gotta love eccentrically creative artists!
That is too cool. I love recycled art.
Looks like Buddha digested a Packard. All things must pass.
I like it! But then I've always liked sculptures made out of old metal—the rustier the better.
No way!! That's just too cool for school! I mean to say, who looks at a pile of junk and thinks 'hey I could do something with that!! Fantastic find ODP.
FANTASTIC! I love this kind of stuff. You should look up the sculptures by John Lopez from South Dakota, they are mind boggling!
hee hee...Very clever!«Louis» has got to go see this!