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December 29, 2011 - Comments Off on Typewriter Man Sculpture

Typewriter Man Sculpture

Typewriter Man - sculpture with skeleton and typewriter

I made this from an electric typewriter and most of a plastic "Mr. Thrifty" anatomical skeleton. I traded it to my friend Sharon for a disturbing painting a long time ago.

May 9, 2011 - Comments Off on Bike seat ram’s head

Bike seat ram’s head

I built this blatant ripoff of homage to Pablo Picasso's "Toro" out of the left over pieces of my Brooks saddle repair and a particularly scary pair of handlebars. It's posted on my Etsy store.

January 15, 2011 - Comments Off on evinrude machine mask SOLD

evinrude machine mask SOLD

Currently for sale on Etsy at the bargain price of $110 $197.00

This is one of three "Machine Masks" I've made by painting eyes on old metal things. There's a vacuum cleaner made up to look like an alien, this Evinrude gas can with scary eyes and a protruding tongue, and a Samurai adding machine that actually works. I have another gas can I'm turning into a suprised cyclops.

October 31, 2010 - Comments Off on anime secretary

anime secretary

This painted and cut-out gouache on paper character goes with a Machine Mask sculpture I made from an old adding machine.

My Machine Mask sculptures are cast-off objects of the Industrial Age (vacuum cleaners, gas cans, adding machines) that I paint eyes on to create tribal masks.

August 30, 2010 - Comments Off on Prayer Machines

Prayer Machines

August 21, 2010 - Comments Off on workbox fantastic tandem bicycle

workbox fantastic tandem bicycle

A sculpture of a tandem bicycle that hinges in the middle. Each rider drives one wheel, for dual-drive traction. It also allows much shorter drivetrains and a freer pedaling style for each rider.

My own design. In theory it should work!

This image was used as an editorial illustration in Bicycle Times.

July 4, 2010 - Comments Off on ‘Workbox’ Sculptures

‘Workbox’ Sculptures

These assemblage sculptures are very simple - wood and metal. A downspout, a monkey wrench, or a vacuum tube from a radio transmitter, they are the most distilled-down assemblages I've ever made.

I like the serendipity that simple rules can lead to, like the metal downspout exactly fitting inside the box. These three are for sale on Etsy.

assemblage sculpture

assemblage sculpture on Etsy