This is my interpretation of a WWI Trench Art Monoplane made from a 50 caliber bullet. I built this monoplane from a discarded wine bottle, some old lamp parts & pieces of aluminum brass & copper. To light it all up, I used a solar yard lamp that I scrounged out of the trash. Harvested the electronics & with a bit of thinker & tinker I wired it all in. Then, with some assistance of the solar panel captured some of the free energy falling from the sky.
About Randy Morris
I have always thought of myself as a fabricator and a tinker. But an artist, not so much... My passion for all things mechanical came from building my own bicycles as a kid. I also drew inspiration from hanging around my uncles junk store, motorcycle shops and eventually from cruising the hills and deserts around my home town of Sylmar (California) and exploring the wind farms of Tehachapi, the gold mines and the old airports. Much of my experience with fabrication and tinkering was born from the need to be self - reliant but it was also influenced by my motorcycle automotive and aircraft experience.