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   SPUCK  Monday Sep 27 03:51 AM

Sept 27, 2010: Jalopy -Art-

The Australian artist James Corbett, 46-year-old creates these sculptures using salvaged old car parts.

Mr. Corbett states that hunting down the parts is the most time consuming aspect of each sculpture.

I think this stuff is wonderful because it's all energetic. Any one of these pieces looks like it will start moving any second. He's somehow gotten the toned musculature of live animals perfectly correct.

There are many other examples at:

While xoxoxoBruce is away the squirrels will play.

Griff  Monday Sep 27 06:57 AM

Those are brilliant, unfortunately I was looking for a valve cover for an '86 Mazda and this guy took the last one.

newtimer  Monday Sep 27 09:11 AM

He should display that spark-plug sheep on the side of a dam.

Trilby  Monday Sep 27 12:07 PM

I do like.

And you know how picky I am.

Coign  Monday Sep 27 12:56 PM

Steampunk animals are not nearly as tasty as real ones.

classicman  Monday Sep 27 01:40 PM

I've been thinking for a while on this - Still cannot come up with any recipe for them.

Griff  Monday Sep 27 06:11 PM

Gonna need a serious marinade.

monster  Monday Sep 27 07:35 PM

Monsieur Mangetout might disagree.

xoxoxoBruce  Tuesday Sep 28 12:20 AM

Originally Posted by SPUCK View Post
While xoxoxoBruce is away the squirrels will play.
No no no, IOtD is open to any member. Just follow the format (mon/day/yr/title), and don't reuse a date that's already been posted.

Gravdigr  Tuesday Sep 28 03:50 AM

Originally Posted by Coign View Post
Steampunk animals are not nearly as tasty as real ones.
LOTS of fiber though...

noviceathome  Wednesday Sep 29 11:53 AM

I have a spare '86 Mazda valve cover. Make me an offer.

spudcon  Wednesday Sep 29 10:31 PM

Originally Posted by monster View Post
Monsieur Mangetout might disagree.
Michel (Monsieur Mangetout) died of natural causes on June 25, 2007. He is buried at Grenoble Cemetery. But was ressurected when large horseshoe magnet was dangled over his grave in 2008.

Bucha  Friday Oct 1 10:13 PM

Originally Posted by Gravdigr View Post
LOTS of fiber though...

And high in IRON.

ARR  Monday Oct 4 02:53 PM

Nice work..!

classicman  Monday Oct 4 03:06 PM

Uh ohhhhh....

So welcome to the cellar ARR.

Griff  Tuesday Oct 5 06:38 AM

Originally Posted by noviceathome View Post
I have a spare '86 Mazda valve cover. Make me an offer.

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