Friday, June 19, 2015

A sculpture or ?


This is not meant to be a puzzle, but I'm just not sure what the heck it is! We discovered it downtown. There are lots of goofy things downtown!

19 comments:

Kay said...

I see a zombie warrior in there somewhere...perhaps a cross between Arnold Schwartzenegger and Mel Gibson...?
The U.S. Open is somewhere around Tacoma. It's at least a couple hour's drive from us.

Sylvia K said...

What a hoot!! I think it's a soldier from another planet that got caught robbing the fridge in some old grumps house (hence Florida)! Ooops!! Not that all old grumps end up in Florida, you understand!! OH, I AM BEING BAD TODAY, aren't I!!

Birdman said...

Some might call this a mess.

Randy said...

Nice piece of recycled art.

Linda said...

It looks like some type of robot!

VP said...

I am sure this thing will end up at the MoMA, with a room on its own...

llandudnopictures said...

Looks like it's chained to the wall, so it must be valuable!

Sharon Anck said...

I'm thinking this one could win a prize for goofy! What a fun find!

Judy said...

Good thing it's chained up, wouldn't want that loose on the town.

cieldequimper said...

Goofy is the word!

William Kendall said...

Very, very strange!

José Mendonça said...

VP's comment made me LOL!

RedPat said...

I prefer art that is a lot more controlled than this one! ;-))

Kate said...

Goofy? Yes, but interesting, especially the eyes.

Halcyon said...

We all know Ocala's a little wacky!

Karl Demetz said...

Nice trash art :)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

That guy is totally wired :)

EG CameraGirl said...

Hmmmmmm.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Last Fall, I posted a horse sculpture made out of recycled stuff l -- and someone said in a comment that it was a good example of 'steampunk'. I looked it up but still don't understand what that means -- but maybe this is also.

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson