Posted by marc April 26, 2016
Edouard Martinet art

Do metal birds dream of electric worms? Edouard Moartinet's streamlined, metallic animals are straight out of a future where fake animals are more prominent than real ones. He uses reclaimed parts from bikes, cars, and motorcycles to build the faux fauna. The best part? No gluing, welding, or soldering is used; everything is screwed together for a genuinely retro-futuristic appeal.

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