Thursday, August 05, 2010

The Knee Bone's Connected to the Thigh Bone

For this assemblage I used bits and pieces I already had. An old wooden box, celluloid doll arms, puzzle blocks to which I glued vintage anatomical images, flash attachment from a twin lens reflex camera, a marsupial skull and a bird bone found on a hiking trip to Tasmania. I used two different types of glue (strong craft glue and superglue) - the blocks are not attached and can be moved around and rotated. The "head" can also be rotated at the base of the flash attachment (for batteries) which has a thread.

11 comments:

wastedpapiers said...

Excellent work! Truly inspired!

Crafty Dogma said...

Thanks wastedpapiers! Glad you like it.

Lisa said...

Fantastic!

scrapatorium said...

Superb! Genius on the blocks. You should make more of these!

Crafty Dogma said...

Thanks Lisa and A! If I make any more they will be to give away as I really don't have any space to keep them. Just last week I gave away three huge crates of books but then I bought some new stuff and so it goes.

The Renzntzman said...

Super cool! Reminds me of the mix and match toys in the first Toy Story.

vivienne strauss said...

Totally awesome!

Coffee Messiah said...

Excellent all around!

Crafty Dogma said...

Thanks again everyone!!!!!

onehuman said...

This is really great!!!

onehuman said...

This is really great!!!