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This Artist Recycles Old Watch Parts Into Steampunk Sculptures (By Susan Beatrice)

This Artist Recycles Old Watch Parts Into Steampunk Sculptures (By Susan Beatrice)

Susan Beatrice is an artist who recycles old vintage watch parts and turns them into beautifully intricate sculptures. This true jack-of-all-trades is also a talented sand sculptor and painter, and uses her many talents to perfect her watch sculptures.

Old motorbike parts turned into steampunk animal sculptures by Tomas Vitanovsky #Art #Sculpture

Tomas récupère toutes sortes de pièces en métal pour donner vie à de somptueuses oeuvres d’art

Old motorbike parts turned into steampunk animal sculptures by Tomas Vitanovsky #Art #Sculpture

When working with metal, it takes a true master to breathe life into their artwork. Russian artist Igor Verniy does just that with his beautiful and elegant articulated steampunk animal sculptures. Their moving parts and Verniy’s attention to detail makes them come alive.

Artist Creates Steampunk Animals from Recycled Car Parts, Electronics and Watches

When working with metal, it takes a true master to breathe life into their artwork. Russian artist Igor Verniy does just that with his beautiful and elegant articulated steampunk animal sculptures. Their moving parts and Verniy’s attention to detail makes them come alive.

Steampunk Toybox ~ Recycled Steampunk Animal Sculptures With Moving Parts By Igor Verniy

Artist Creates Steampunk Animals from Recycled Car Parts, Electronics and Watches

Steampunk Giraffe by Andrew Chase, who built the giraffe from transmission parts, plumbing pipe & electrical conduit. The long-necked beauty features fully rotating & locking joints & neck that can be raised & lowered. It’s an impressive 6 feet tall & took Andrew about 80 hours to build.

Steampunk Giraffe by Andrew Chase, who built the giraffe from transmission parts, plumbing pipe & electrical conduit. The long-necked beauty features fully rotating & locking joints & neck that can be raised & lowered. It’s an impressive 6 feet tall & took Andrew about 80 hours to build.

This charmin' sculpture reminds me of the quasi-mechanical sea creatures, wire elk, glass wolves, brass mice, and other strange animals that roam Menagerie Europe. More Steampunk

This charmin' sculpture reminds me of the quasi-mechanical sea creatures, wire elk, glass wolves, brass mice, and other strange animals that roam Menagerie Europe. More Steampunk