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Edouard Martinet’s Delicate Metal Animal Sculptures Are Made From Old Bike Parts
Posted By Ana Lisa On March 3, 2012 @ 1:18 pm In Art,carousel showcase,gallery,Recycled Materials | No Comments
The French artist created his jolly running ostrich  by securing the assorted metal parts with a few screws and opted not to use a weld ing iron. His pigeon and a very cute robin sculpture appear to share some gossip before taking a flight. A shrimp made from metal spoons and other recycled kitchen elements has plenty of antennas made from – you guessed it – radio antennas.
A rusty blue fish is another of Martinets meticulously crafted sea creatures . And his cute baby wasp seems to be pleasantly sleeping. Sustainable, detailed, hand-made and yet sturdy, Martinets recycled metal animals will hopefully never see extinction .
Via Double Mesh 
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URLs in this post:
 Edouard Martinet: http://web.me.com/edouard.martinet/Edouard-Martinet/Bienvenue.html
 recycled metal beasts: http://inhabitat.com/travis-pond-crafts-elaborate-larger-than-life-beasts-from-scrap-motorcycles/
 ostrich: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ostrich
 weld: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Welding
 sea creatures: http://inhabitat.com/artist-valerie-buess-twists-and-turns-paper-into-magical-underwater-creatures/
 extinction: http://inhabitat.com/takayuki-hori-beautiful-x-ray-origami-animals-shine-light-on-8-endangered-species/
 Via Double Mesh: http://doublemesh.com/art/metal-animals-sculptures-by-edouard-martinet/
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