Ukiyo-e kinetic sculpture

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This wind-driven sculpture is by Jeffery Laudenslager – I love the shapes it makes and how it plays with perspective. The sound of the ocean is really peaceful, too.

6 thoughts on “Ukiyo-e kinetic sculpture

  1. justDIY says:

    are the arms actually moving around, or is it trick of perspective, like the dinosaur with the moving head trick?

  2. Hannele says:

    Hah, it looks like Myst.

  3. Patti Schiendelman says:

    @ justDIY, it looks to me like there are several pivoting parts. There are some nice close-ups around 1:30.

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