Artist: RoboSteel | Materials: Kitchen Utensils
Artist: Subodh Gupta |
Both have the same figure because it don’t change the format of the figure |
Each oneis made of different materials |
The don’t have an specific color, they only have the color of the material |
They make emphasis in the eyes the robot have an specific color over the otherones, and the skull have the eyes more marked |
Both of them make me feel scared |
RoboSteel is a company that designs and creates amazing artwork from recycled cars, motorcycles, and airplanes.RoboSteel was approached by the Carole Nash International Motorcycle and Scooter Show to create this life sized sculpture made 100% of motorcycle parts. The creative and amazing recycled art sculpture,Motor Cycle Man AKA RoboMan, stands over 6 feet tall and consists of over 1000 motorcycle parts from manufacturers such as Yamaha and Suzuki. It took RoboSteel over 750 hours to construct thismasterpiece! According to the RoboSteel website kind folks at MCI Exhibitions Ltd who run the NEC bike show have decided to offer the sculpture as a prize. Still waiting to see who is the winner of thisamazing recycled art sculpture | This creative recycled art sculpture was constructed in 2006 by Indian artist Subodh. Very Hungry God made its debut in Paris but it is now in the private collection ofFrancois Pinault, a billionaire French businessman with the biggest collection of contemporary art worldwide. At the time of this writing the amazing recycled art sculpture was on display outside ofPinaultâ Palazzo Grassi by the Grand Canal in Venice.
Gupta gets his inspiration from his childhood; he likes to include familiar items from his youth. This giant skull sculpture was created from...