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Mechanical Spider No 25 by AMechanicalMind Mechanical Spider No 25 by AMechanicalMind
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Spider No. 25 was created from discarded watch parts by Chicago artist Justin Gershenson-Gates. The spider's body was crafted from watch plates sandwiched around watch strap springs that act as eyes. To this body is soldered a recycled automotive bulb. The legs consist of 48 watch winding stems that have been cut and soldered at the joint. No. 25 is 2" wide, 1" long, and 1" tall. This sculpture includes a 3" x 4" protective glass dome and a walnut display base. Soldered using lead free, silver bearing solder.
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Mac16a Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
This is awesome! How do you connect the parts together?
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rebelXscum Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2013
It's right there in the description; he said that he solders everything together. You can get soldering kits at hardware stores and such.
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Daltonico1 Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:O
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