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Justin Gershenson-Gates Creates Intricate Mechanical Insects With Dissected Watches
Posted By Helen Morgan On November 22, 2012 @ 6:24 am In Art,carousel showcase,gallery,Sustainable Materials | No Comments
The insects and arthropods are assembled from various sections of the salvaged devices , and are built up over several hours. Gershenson-Gates reuses the gears, straps, and springs from watches and reshapes them by soldering them into their new form.
Featured on Etsy , the sculptural spiders, scorpions and more are an inventive way of giving watches a second life. See the jeweler’s facebook page  for even more images of these excellent designs.
Images courtesy of Justin Gershenson-Gates
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 Halloween: http://inhabitat.com/announcing-inhabitats-2012-green-halloween-costume-contest-finalists-vote-for-your-favorite/
 salvaged materials : http://inhabitat.com/tag/salvaged-materials/
 Justin Gershenson-Gates: http://www.amechanicalmind.com/
 Featured on Etsy: http://www.etsy.com
 jeweler’s facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/nubsmcgee
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