Life-Sized Scrap Metal Mammoth Skeleton



I love scrap metal sculptures, especially when they retain the character of the parts they're made from, like car parts, tools and, in this case, farm equipment.

Constructed by sculptor Jud Turner for the Moses Lake Museum and Art Center in Washington, this life-sized construction of a Columbia mammoth skeleton is made from "mostly old farm equipment and agricultural tools". Why scrap parts when you can build cool stuff like this outta them?

Link  --via BoingBoing

 

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