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Some people spend their days venting petty frustrations on Facebook and Twitter. Other people do things their own way. In Bending Steel a man deals with his inner struggles in a very intense and impressive manner.
There’s something to be said of drink chillers that go by the fetching moniker of Balls of Steel. Designed by Matthew Geddie, they are, as the name would suggest, balls made of stainless steel. They also come with a velvet, erm, sack for the times when they’re not in use. Plus, a part of the sales proceeds go towards testicular cancer research.
These are one giant pair of Ray Bans for one giant hipster. Barcelona-based sculptor Frank Plant crafted these huge sunglasses out of steel bar, and they were hung above the intrance to Luxotteca, a designer eyewear shop. These large specs are quite the sight.
Making sculpture isn’t easy. Fredrik Raddum from Norway has created an amazing body of work that makes me happy every time I see it, even if it sometimes projects horrifying scenes. Check out these better than nature steel pieces.
This is a series of three Fake Rolex watch bracelets with double powder-coated Spring Steel. Intended to be a comment on the notion of a copy of a highly priced status item, which is obviously fake. In this case, there is no actual watch.