November 28, 2008

Nemo Gould Makes Art From Recycled Junk

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We are in awe of Nemo Gould. The artist creates robotic sculptures out of various materials that include old appliances, furniture and other recycled items. His detail is incredible. Look into the center of the Little Big Man, and you get the little dude. Both were made out of a vintage wooden radio cabinet, street lamp poles, vacuum cleaner parts, an industrial food processor, antlers, chair legs, a dining room table top, a floor polisher, pieces of hardware and scrap metal, and motors and lights. The bot has a motion sensor that makes him react when anyone passes.

Some of his work, in addition to robots, includes animals, vehicles, even a UFO. If you are interested in seeing more of him/them, he often displays and sells them. Contact Nemo on his site Neomatic or join his mailing list.

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at November 28, 2008 9:06 PM
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