Um, so the Honda RC-51 is a fun bike… no surprise there eh?
Motorcycle Part Sculpture Art
Tomas Vitanovsky is a 45 year old motorcycle mechanic born in the Czech Republic. He makes amazing sculptures out of scrap motorcycle parts.
Since Tomas was young he’s been a motorcycle and car enthusiast, racing, wrenching, and working with steel. One day he was throwing some old engine parts in the trash when he had an idea- he could make art pieces out of junk. He began creating animals, bugs, cars, and motorcycles.
“I love the feeling when an image pops up in my mind and then the process of finding the right scrap bits to bring it into reality, even when it’s not always a direct process. Once it’s finished, I get a great feeling of fulfillment and pride and often find it hard to let them go. Combining my love for art and the automotive world with the desire to use metal scrap, I create sculptures that are appreciated for their unique appeal and for their very personal and unique style of art work.”
A trojan-like war horse.
A large giraffe.
A cute little puppy.
My personal favorite, a T-Rex.
An alien, and so many more…
Tomas’ motorcycle part sculpture art works are intricate, beatufiul, and available for a pretty penny on Etsy. But can you really put a price on art?
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