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This Baby carriage consists of an entire mine-shell that has been placed on a chassis of an antique hand-stroller. Description from stealmag.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Steampunk Worthy Furniture Made From Naval Mines Estonian sculptor Mati Karmin, the sea mines are found off the coast of Estonia and transformed into eye-catching swings, charcoal grills, aquariums and armchairs.

Steampunk Worthy Furniture Made From Naval Mine. sEstonian sculptor Mati Karmin, the sea mines are found off the coast of Estonia and transformed into eye-catching swings, charcoal grills, aquariums and armchairs.

Steampunk Worthy Furniture Made From Naval Mines (Photos)

Steampunk Worthy Furniture Made From Naval Mine. sEstonian sculptor Mati Karmin, the sea mines are found off the coast of Estonia and transformed into eye-catching swings, charcoal grills, aquariums and armchairs.

Steampunk Worthy Furniture Made From Naval Mines Estonian sculptor Mati Karmin, the sea mines are found off the coast of Estonia and transformed into eye-catching swings, charcoal grills, aquariums and armchairs.

Steampunk Worthy Furniture Made From Naval Mines (Photos)

Designed by renowned Estonian sculptor Mati Karmin (o) this furniture collection rises to the challenge of recycling and reusing naval mine shells, once weapons of death and destruction, and transforming them into unique, constructive materials.

Steampunk Worthy Furniture Made From Naval Mines Estonian sculptor Mati Karmin, the sea mines are found off the coast of Estonia and transformed into eye-catching swings, charcoal grills, aquariums and armchairs.

Steampunk Worthy Furniture Made From Naval Mines (Photos)

Steampunk Worthy Furniture Made From Naval Mines (Photos) : TreeHugger

Tahoe City, Calif.-based artist Jeremy Mayer's mechanical, steampunk-esque creatures are the subject of Wired.com's latest slide show. Assembled from vintage typewriter parts without welding, soldering, or gluing, his recycled sculptures range from lithe, 18-inch-long mecha-crickets to seven-foot-tall aluminum skeletons that weigh between 60 to 100 pounds.

Recycled Typewriter Creatures by Jeremy Mayer

Tahoe City, Calif.-based artist Jeremy Mayer's mechanical, steampunk-esque creatures are the subject of Wired.com's latest slide show. Assembled from vintage typewriter parts without welding, soldering, or gluing, his recycled sculptures range from lithe, 18-inch-long mecha-crickets to seven-foot-tall aluminum skeletons that weigh between 60 to 100 pounds.

Recycled Typewriter Creatures by Jeremy Mayer

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Tahoe City, Calif.-based artist Jeremy Mayer's mechanical, steampunk-esque creatures are the subject of Wired.com's latest slide show. Assembled from vintage typewriter parts without welding, soldering, or gluing, his recycled sculptures range from lithe, 18-inch-long mecha-crickets to seven-foot-tall aluminum skeletons that weigh between 60 to 100 pounds.

Recycled Typewriter Creatures by Jeremy Mayer

Tahoe City, Calif.-based artist Jeremy Mayer's mechanical, steampunk-esque creatures are the subject of Wired.com's latest slide show. Assembled from vintage typewriter parts without welding, soldering, or gluing, his recycled sculptures range from lithe, 18-inch-long mecha-crickets to seven-foot-tall aluminum skeletons that weigh between 60 to 100 pounds.

Recycled Typewriter Creatures by Jeremy Mayer

Tahoe City, Calif.-based artist Jeremy Mayer's mechanical, steampunk-esque creatures are the subject of Wired.com's latest slide show. Assembled from vintage typewriter parts without welding, soldering, or gluing, his recycled sculptures range from lithe, 18-inch-long mecha-crickets to seven-foot-tall aluminum skeletons that weigh between 60 to 100 pounds.

Recycled Typewriter Creatures by Jeremy Mayer

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