Mechanical Art without Motion


A blog reader sent me a link to the incredible work of Jeremy Mayer.  He disassembles typewriters and uses the parts to recreate anatomically correct human figures. He does not solder or add any parts. The results are stunning.



Although the sculptures are static Jeremy talks about how animated and kinetic they are because of the subject matter and the poses he chooses to create.

Jeremy has a studio in Oakland California and you can see more of his work on the web at his site here.  He also has been interviewed by cnet and there is a video about his work at their site here.

Thanks to Dwight Souder for the link.