Recycled Animals by Edouard Martinet

Gathering material from flea markets and garage sales, Edward meticulously solders together the scrap from typewriters, kitchen utensils, and car parts like pieces in a 3D animal puzzle. The outcome look just as real as they do synthetic, a prelude to cybernetic fauna that will surely one day rule us all once we’ve imbued them with  metallic hearts.

Artist: website (via: lostateminor)

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