Dr. Evermor's awesome steampunk sculpture garden

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Don’t you wish you had enough time on your hands to build monolithic steampunk sculptures, just like Dr. Evermor? A retired industrial wrecking and salvage expert, he spends his days building massive sculptures out of old scraps of metal and wreckage from 50 to 100 years old. The above picture is of Forevertron, which includes a pair of bipolar electrical dynamos built by Thomas Edison in the late 19th century and a decontamination chamber from the Apollo space mission.

It’s touted as being the world’s largest scrap metal sculpture, and at 20 feet wide, 60 feet deep, 50 feet tall and weighing an incredible 320 tonnes, it’s easy to see why. If you ever find yourself in Wisconsin, it looks as though it’s worth a visit to Dr. Evermor’s Art Park, with the garden comprising of more than a hundred sculptures, including 70 pieces in what is called the Bird Band, some of which actually play music. Bit like So Solid Crew, then…

Forevertron (via Neatorama)

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