It’s not everyday that sculpture and biomechanics merge. But the Biomech Bronze Skull design has done exactly that.
Thanks to his knowledge of human anatomy, biomechanics, and an unmatched passion for sculpture art, Christopher Conte has been creating unique art pieces like an articulated arm, a carbon fiber spider, etc.; and this biomechanical bronze skull seems to be a high-tech addition to his ever expanding repertoire.
Measuring 6.5cm x 9cm x 9cm, the skull is made using casted hand-finished and machined bronze, along with some components built in aluminum and stainless steel.
Despite it being detailed and intricately built, the skull can’t be called anything else but grotesque. However, if you still want to bring home this freaky futuristic skull, be sure to find a proper place to display it as many among your friends and family may despise it!
For some other mechanical designs with a difference, check out the mechanical beetle designs and the bicycle designs.