Deer made from typewriter parts

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13 Responses to “Deer made from typewriter parts”

  1. Colorado Bob says:

    One of the best found art, artists working today -

    More Larry’s Nodders

    http://the-shin-bone-star.blogspot.com/2010/08/more-larrys-nodders.html

  2. cattermole says:

    Esphyr Slobodkina, the celbrated Abstract Expressionist artist created a fabulous rooster from typewriter parts around 1956 which is in the Slobodkina Museum in Great Neck, L.I.

  3. mdh says:

    qwerty-punk?

  4. Sarah Neptune says:

    I misread the headline and was pretty sure I didn’t want to see a typewriter made out of deer parts…
    This is nicely done, though. Really something.

  5. Anonymous says:

    The real test of verisimilitude is to put it on a highway at night and see if it will go through a windshield.

  6. InsertFingerHere says:

    Terminator: Bambie 2.0

  7. Anonymous says:

    “Mommy, What’s a typewriter ?”

  8. Anonymous says:

    About 20 years ago, when I was in High School, we went to the art gallery to see the best of that year’s final-year student’s art projects. These were works by 17-18 year olds from all over Australia. I remember disctinctly being impressed by a dragonfly, which had likewise been made from typewriter parts.

  9. Cassandra says:

    My boyfriend and I recently saw a similar exhibit of the work of Ann Smith at 13forest gallery in Arlington, MA.

    Her squid, with suckers made out of the rubber backing of a computer keyboard, was fantastic.

  10. webmonkees says:

    This is what happens when you keep your infinite number of monkeys cooped inside too long.

  11. Anonymous says:

    If you like this sort of decon-reconstruction, the work of Al Wadzinski might be of interest to you:

    http://www.nystudiogallery.com/?method=Artist.ArtistDetail&ArtistID=F56E614F-19DB-5802-E0FA8F19D1E0B55F

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