“Benjamin” is a lamp in the steampunk style. Details from copper and brass, vintage radio tubes lit by LEDs – look like a fairytale city under glass. The lamp is […]
It all began with a parabolic radiator with a beautiful brass dish found on a French flea market. Brass is the perfect “lampshade” to create a warm golden light. So […]
This piece is a vintage car art sculpture by Ferdinand Metz. The sculpture is made from found objects like a vintage gas can, a cigar box, stroller wheels and more. […]
With a passion for the beauty of musical instruments and a desire to honor their original purpose, I design a new intent for broken instruments. They continue in joyous, melodic harmony as beacons of LightMusic – sculptures that happen to light up – celebrate imagination, whimsy, and the music that still echoes within their graceful shapes. They will up brighten any corner, not to mention the corners of a smile as they cast their glow. LightMusic has to be seen in person to truly appreciate their allure. As such, we are in need representation by art galleries and venues to spotlight their magical qualities.
Some old warehouse flooring lightly sanded and treated with some gold leaf. Busted old trumpet and vintage steam gauge put together with a 1950s spirit optic.
“I love vintage 60-150-year-old beautifully designed parts and objects, especially musical instruments or ancient mechanical objects. The graphic design and engineering of the industrial to the science fiction eras inspire me.”
A concerto literally means, “little ensemble” in which musical material is passed between a small group of soloists and/or full symphony. The musical form was developed in the late seventh century. Nuovo (new) Concerto Grosso’s enjoyed a resurgence in the 20th century inspiring composers Stravinsky, Bloch, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Villa-Lobos, Phillip Glass and many others.
These mini planters are inspired by the Steampunk style. Read on for complete DIY instructions!
As you may know, I am a nature person. I always recycle trash and try to save stuff from being thrown away. So, I came up with this idea of refurbishing stuff which is on it’s way to the landfill!
Eclectic – Table Made from Old School House Door, Corn Shucker Gears, Yardstick, Pallets and Machinist Lamp
The top is an old door from a schoolhouse in Wisconsin. Originally there was a tack board material on it for thumbtacking papers. The door knob has a lever mechanism […]
This book set is handcrafted from a scrapbook. It is entirely altered, then hollowed. The inside of the box is covered with leather from second hands clothes. The book is […]