Wednesday 5 August 2009

mike libby . . . mechanical wonders

mike libby
combines insects & antique watch pieces
they become mechanical wonders by
"a unique celebration of the contradictions
and confluences between nature and technology"


Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

The art you display is simply marvelous. I just discovered you yesterday and I feel that I landed on a treasure already! I bid you peace and happiness in the land of dreams! Anita

Hermes said...

What great fun. I wonder if you need to wind it up!

Kate W. said...

I know I've said this before, but you sure can pick 'em!
The bad news is, I am beginning to want to go to some of these artists and buy stuff. I need to control that impulse if I am to get the new fairy tale journal off the ground!

Jasmine said...

Wow, wow, WOW! Amazing, I love it. What a talent and a wonderful way to recycle old parts.

Ruthie Redden said...

Anita- thank you for your lovely comments, lovely to "meet" you. i shall be over to take a visit to your blog very soon!!

Hermes - they dont wind up or work, so sad, wouldn't it be wonderful if they did!

Kate W - i know what u mean, i am so very tempted sometimes. but i am trying to take inspiration from them all instead! so many delicious things. the fairy journal sounds intriguing? ! x

Jasmine - i love the re-cycling part, just fab x x

tlchang said...

This is the coolest. I adore beetles (I have a gorgeous stained-glass bole-weevil on my studio wall) - and this is a perfectly beautiful one!

Ruthie Redden said...

Tara - me too, they are fascinating in all their shapes & colours & details.