Tabitha & Fawn: metals sculptures

Lifesized Sculpture
Combined WT= approximately 31.5 kgs
A two piece version of wildlife’s “Mother and Child”, Tabitha is a gazelle with her small fawn made entirely from scrap metals. This piece was inspired by a unique breed of animal found in the wild. Found metals are welded together and formed an actual size of robotic life sized sculpture with magnificent body structures and intricate details

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++ More information at mario mallari jr. website !
Idea sent by Mario Mallari !

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1 Comment

  1. James - June 28, 2013

    Classic use of metals.

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