Kinetic inspiration...

I love it when people are inspired by my sculptures to do original work. There is an infinite world of mechanisms, shapes, sound and motion to explore. It's wonderful to see something new. 

I recently received the following email:

Hi, I am an Industrial design student at Rhode Island School of Design with an interest in kinetics. I have long been greatly inspired by your work and thought I might share something I've made which was greatly influenced by your sculptures. The materials are poplar, aluminum tubing, 1/8" acrylic, and a fluorescent light source. I don't know if it is quite sophisticated enough to fit into the context of your blog, but I figured I'd share anyway. Cheers! James Schaffroth Rhode Island School of Design

James has created something totally original using inspiration he gathered.  Check out his work.

Very nice James.