Thursday, 22 January 2009

Giant Rooster

By using the largest examples of garden tools I could find, this rooster
is about twice life size, and stands on top of the cast iron base of a cafe table.
The axe head used for it's neck and the fork legs are from the early part of the 18th century, while the rings which form the body came from the wooden wheel hubs on an ox cart which had rotted away. A selection of sickles and a scythe blade were used for the tail feathers. Created 2008
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