Tiny Insect Sculptures Made of Recycled Watch Parts

Mechanical insect sculptures by Justin Gershenson-Gates

Artist Justin Gershenson-Gates creates delightful miniature insect sculptures out of recycled watch parts, light bulbs, and other found objects. Gershenson-Gates assembles the sculptures by hand, in some cases painstakingly cutting watch parts into tiny segments to create legs and other appendages. His sculptures are available on Etsy and his online store. We previously posted about his mechanical scorpion sculpture.

Mechanical insect sculptures by Justin Gershenson-Gates

Mechanical insect sculptures by Justin Gershenson-Gates

Mechanical insect sculptures by Justin Gershenson-Gates

Mechanical insect sculptures by Justin Gershenson-Gates

via Skumar’s, My Modern Metropolis

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