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  1. Spider Lamp

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    Steampunk Spider Lamp. The central brass nut came from a reclaimed vacuum pump.

    Brass,Steel, Glass bulb and found items.

  2. Glow Worm

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    The Glow Worm was inspired by the glass shade that once belonged to a parrafin lamp.

    Reclaimed Oak, Elm, Brass, Copper, Steel and found objects 

  3. TriPod ‘Goliath’

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    Based on the design of ‘TriPod’, a piece I designed at college. This upscaled version is posable and can be fixed in different positions. Unlike the original version that was laser cut, this piece has been fabricated from a multitude of small hand made components. The Piece was conceived for exhibition at the Fresh Air Sculpture Show.

    Solid Steel and Oak

  4. Giant TriPod

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    The idea for a giant verson of my Tripod design has started to make headway. I have decided on a scale for the piece and work has begun on preparing the wooden element for the centre. The demensions for the finished wooden element will be approximately 20in (50cm) diameter by 48 inch (122 cm) hieght.

  5. Tripodic Hat

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    The Tripodic Hat is inspired by the Steampunk Genre. The legs are made from turned and forged Brass, the hat and lens I have had for many years waiting for a suitable project. Brass, Copper, Wood and Found items

  6. Chester Copper-Bot

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    Chester Copper-Bot has been an evolving piece that has been worked on over the last few years. The body and head are made from sheet copper, the legs and arms are made up of brass and steel. Chester also incorporates some found objects. An acid etch process was applied to give a weathered patina.

    Copper, Brass, Steel and found objects

     

  7. Steampunk Hat Project

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    I have started working on an oddball project, a three legged top hat. I have turned and forged the legs from brass bar and created a wooden section to mount them to. The lens and hat I bought from a flea market. The next step will be to add some decorative knee sections and possibly some pipe work for the underside of the hat.