Keith Newstead’s Pegasus

Part of what drives the visual artist is the desire to view a very specific object or image. The trouble is, the art you want to see doesn’t exist so you have to go to the trouble of making it yourself.

Only rarely do I see an object that I wish I could have had the pleasure of making — the viewing is not enough. Kieth Newstead’s Pegasus is one such object.

(via Make and The Automata / Automaton Blog)

Keith Newstead, Pegasus, 2010.

3 responses to “Keith Newstead’s Pegasus

  1. I wish they showed the base or support. I feel like I’m watching a magic trick where the magician is standing behind a table.

  2. But the motion is really nice.

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