04.11.11 by Jeff

Wonder Object

Mechanized metalworks by Gary Schott. This is a must watch, totally inspiring. I could feel my brain filling with ideas as I watched this.

Wonder Object mechanized metalworks by artist Gary Schott

Watch the little documentary below!


http://web.me.com/garyschott

Video by Walley Films.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • pluk

    Reference to Arthur Ganson?

  • This is so sweet, IMPRESSIVE and freakin’ touching. I loved watching the video.

  • Rebekah Todd

    yaaaaaay

  • Yay! We love Booooooom! Thanks for sharing our work!

  • Just wonderful.

  • Made me smile.

  • Ben Y

    fun

  • Dood, that coffee cup spinning on the table is amazing.

    • ya thats my favourite one, i love it because you can really see how simply the machine works

  • Jeff

    Its great so see you feature a metalsmith! he creates such a great form of art that is rarely touched by most

  • Niko Alabiskus

    reminds me abit of Sigurd Bronger

  • That was insanely endearing and wonderful.

  • I wanna have a go.

  • alinazarzar

    All you need is love… and a nose cuddle. Love it.

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