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Ready to ship...Glass bottle bottoms are extracted from discarded beer and a little wine bottle to realize this kinetic art piece to dance with light and wind...

...he only noticed one as a slightly rumpled middle aged man with his German bred shepherd ambled towards a chain link fenced yard with an enormous hill and three so called wiener dogs. This time he'd brushed up on his skills and was ready for action...the other two joined the first, barking their heads off!
"Guten Morgen!"
"Bark, bark, yip, yip, yip!"
"Wie geht es Ihnen?"
"Ark, ark, ark..."
"Wie heissen Sie, bitte?"
"Yip, yip, yip, yip, yip..."
"Was haben Sie gesagt? Etwas langsamer, bitte."
"Oauf, oauf, oauffff..."
"Konnen Sie mich verstehen? Haben Sie Schokolade?"

"Hey! What's going on out here!?!" a disgruntled woman wearing a pink bathrobe unexpectedly appears at the front door, "Get in the house--NOW!"

A few last exclamations from the wiener dogs, as the last of their tails scamper into the house.
"Wiener Shnitzel, Wiener Shnitzel..."

...and so it goes, eh? The mobile is comprised of a couple 6" copper rods, three glass rounds wrapped in lead measuring about 2", 2 3/8" and 2 1/2"--ball bearing swivels allow for interaction with the elements.

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Brian Western aka Pugsley

Ready To Ship, Recycled Mobile from the Bottoms of Glass Bottles


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: beer bottle glass, lead, solder, copper rods, ball bearing swivels
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 421 reviews
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