Behold the massive metal jaws of "Deep Sea Angler Fish," a five-foot long sculpture assembled entirely from recycled objects like bicycle parts, shovels and knives. It's modeled after one of the ocean deep's most iconic bioluminescent organisms. This is the fearsome handiwork of sculptor Justin La Doux, and it's one of the coolest pieces of interactive science art we've seen in ages.
La Doux describes the piece over on his Etsy page:
It stands 5 feet tall with base, 4 feet wide and 5 feet long. When you first look at the fish the light over the head is glowing bright, but when you walk in for a closer look the eyes and body light up using a motion censored light.
Seriously impressive. And it can be yours for $8,000! Read more, and see more photos, over on La Doux's Etsy page.