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This work, subtitled “Hope for the Obsolescence of War,” was completed in 1977 by the late American sculptor Patricia A. Renick. There’s more pictures over on Gizmodo. [via Geekologie]

6 thoughts on “Triceracopter

  1. says:

    OMG, I want one of these so bad. Couldn’t thins be made out of lightweight materials, and actually fly?

    I know it’s supposed to carry a message, but I just think it’s awesome.

    Can you imagine arriving at work in that baby?

  2. langdonja says:

    Triceracopter is being assembled at The University of Cincinnati’s Langsam Library. Follow it here:

  3. Humaun Kabir says:

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