Mechanical Arachnid’s by Justin Gershenson-Gates
Mantis, spiders, grasshoppers come to live from various clockworks, gears and bulbs.
A jeweler from Chicago Justin Gershenson-Gates decided to disengage from traditional art of making jewelry and started making mechanic insects. These little ones are created from different small watch parts. All insects, according to Justin, are created in one go. Despite of the size, their creation process is very time-consuming. It takes several hours to make each component part, but when Justin rolls up his selves and gets to work he always completes his new tiny creature. Mantis, spiders, grasshoppers come to live from various clockworks, gears and bulbs.
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