Insect Lab is an artist studio that customizes real insects with antique watch parts and electronic components. My only question is “Why?”.
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Beautiful!! Very original, too.
Aaaa don’t keep making questions… as Oscar Wilde said in “Dorian Gray”, “The only excuse for making a useless thing is that one admires it intensely. All art is quite useless”.
I prefer the butterflies and I guess the bugs were dead before, ok?
Who knew that dead bugs could look this cool?
Those are lovely! Who wouldve thought to make dead bugs look like a work of art.
Do you agree with Oscar Wilde? I agree that this form of art is quite useless, but haven’t you realised how essential art is in our everyday life? all signs are art forms-how would you know which bathroom to go to if it didn’t have a girls’ sign outside?? lol. anyway, i think the idea of the watches is pretty interesting, maybe slightly eerie…
OOOO KKKK !! Interesting for sure. I do like the mantis, but some body had WAY too much time on their hands!!
I hope these animals died naturally before being subjected to this. If that’s so,
I think they look cool.
Unique, fascinating and imaginative. Beautiful works of art that I would never wear of course. If they were affordable, I would want one. How about a raffle for one?
Its a bit hypocritical to expect the bugs to have died naturally unles you are one of those Buddhist monks who drinks through a strainer and sweeps in front of their feet so that they never harm any living thing. If you are one of those Buddhist monks, kudos! Love those insects, must be such delicate work to assemble all the parts. Ps don’t diss Oscar Wilde!
I am an insects fan and these guys look very nice!
These are awesome. The scorpions are blowing my mind!
These are so cool. I would procure one of the butterflies if I could afford to.
The only answer to the question posed in the last sentence: Why not?
@ liz….just letting you know, they’re not Buddhists who do that, they’re called Jainists, pretty similair, but not quite Buddhist.
Why not indeed? They’re beautiful. Why do we need a reason to make something beautiful?
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