A Pirate's Life For Robots

When robots take over pirate ships, all the high seas thievery gets far more efficient. They can swashbuckle recursively and hoist their Jolly Rogers in parallel.

These are some incredible shots of a few of the latest sculptures from retro futurist art maniac Nemo Gould. Specializing in robots and other outlandish creatures, Gould creates all his work from recycled materials gleaned from old mechanical devices, furniture, and knick-knacks.

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You can see more of Gould's new work, as well as his back catalog, in his online studio.

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DISCUSSION

Okay, I am recognizing some of the components. These things are pretty tiny ... more like action figures than "sculptures", but whimsical, nonetheless. #nemogould