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Tag Archive: steampunk

  1. Small Cuttlefish

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    Cuttlefish made using a piece of unusual found wood that was reminiscent of the pattern seen on the marine creatures.

    Found Wood, copper and Brass

  2. Chainfish

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    Chainfish was created following the breakdown of my old chainsaw.

    Spalted Ash, Maple, Oak, Steel, Brass and Chainsaw Bar

  3. J’Awesome

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    J’Awesome is an angler fish with upgrades!

    Scorched Burr Maple, Oak, Copper, Brass, Steel and found objects

  4. 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

  5. Giant Manta

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    Inspired by the Copper Nautiform sculpture, Giant Manta was created for exhibition at the bi-annual Fresh Air Sculpture show in Cirencester.

    Powder Coated Steel and Pine

  6. Fruitwood Nautilus

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    Spalted Fruitwood Shell mounted on a base of found steel.

    Spalted Fruitwood, Copper, Brass, Steel and found objects.

  7. The ‘Bees Knees’ Bee

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    I was asked to create a Bee sculpture to appear in the ‘Bees Knees’ show garden at the RHS Malvern Spring show by garden designer Martyn Wilson. It has been very well received and even made an appearance on BBC Gardeners World.

    Burr Oak, Steel, Copper and Brass

  8. Edison the Angler

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    The body of Edison the Angler fish lamp is made from Burr Oak, eyes are brass door knobs. I used salvaged plumbing materials for the lamp and steel bar for the fins.

    Burr Oak, Brass, Copper, Steel and reclaimed materials 

  9. Claude the hermit crab

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    Claude the Hermit Crab, inspired by a piece of found wood which had a natural channel reminiscent of the opening of a sea shell. Carving the back of the piece defined the shell shape. The legs are made from reclaimed metal punches, the claws from corroded steel collected during a trip to the coast.

    Found wood, Steel punches, Reclaimed metals.