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Artūras Tamašauskas

A chimpanzee loves bananas (2019)

Artwork Type
One of a kind
Dimensions
19.7x20.5x15.8 in / 10.00 kg
Techniques
Metals, Aluminum, Stainless Steel
Support or surface
Metal
Before creating something, I often make a sketch, but not on paper – in my mind. I sift through all the parts I have in my head and put them together – incorporating them or rejecting them – until I reach a tangible image. I often use parts from cars, motorcycles and bicycles in my work. They help to get the desired shape. This sculpture is no exception. I created it using GAZ truck lamp housings and parts from a JAWA motorcycle and a MAN cab. The result is excellent. I managed to convey the animal’s...
Before creating something, I often make a sketch, but not on paper – in my mind. I sift through all the parts I have in my head and put them together – incorporating them or rejecting them – until I reach a tangible image. I often use parts from cars, motorcycles and bicycles in my work. They help to get the desired shape. This sculpture is no exception. I created it using GAZ truck lamp housings and parts from a JAWA motorcycle and a MAN cab. The result is excellent. I managed to convey the animal’s playful yet also careless appearance thanks to the amazing parts and colours. I left them original. I can already see a smile on your face. That’s always what I’m after.
Parts used:
Body – JAWA motorcycle fuel tank, engine cover
Arms – JAWA shock absorbers, Audi and Volkswagen brake callipers
Legs – truck headlight housings, motorcycle spark plugs
Head– two identical parts from a MAN cab, Zhiguli turn signal lights
Year: 2019
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