6 Dec 2014

Beauty in Biomechanical Sculptures

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Norwegian Artist Christopher Conte, now living in New York, creates these fantastic biomechanical sculptures which, combine his love for anatomy and robotics.  After finishing his Fine Arts degree, he started working in he world of prosthetics, (artificial limbs for amputees).  He spent 16 years doing this job whilst creating biomechanical sculptures in his spare time, which then became his new full time job.  He creates his own pieces as well as using recycled parts, like the Singer Creature at the end of the post.  Amazing lines and the precision in his sculptures, make them an absolute pleasure to look at.

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Biomechanical Bronze Skull.
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Bellona.
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Cardiac Arrest.
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Red Widow.
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Biomechanical Stainless Steel Articulated Arm.
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Victoria.
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Articulated Singer Insect
Antique mechanical parts and vintage Singer sewing attachment.
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