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Octopus Tentacle Porthole Sculpture, Faux taxidermy, Octopus Art , Wall Sculpture, Steampunk art, Nautical Decor, Beach house

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Octopus Tentacle Porthole Sculpture, Faux taxidermy, Octopus Art , Wall Sculpture, Steampunk art, Nautical Decor, Beach house

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cast resin, pigment, aluminum, paint
  • Favorited by: 4352 people
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From Redding, CT
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Description

Hand-crafted octopus wall tentacle sculpture and porthole.

Because life is too short for timid décor. This imposing bit of cephalopod adds a distinct nautical edge to any room with a smidgen of steampunk and a dash of Jules Verne. A great gift for oceanographers, sci fi fans, tattoo artists, nerdy cephalopod-lovers everywhere.

This is a 24" octopus arm cast in sturdy urethane resin, polished and painted, protruding from a 9 1/4" diameter rust encrusted porthole. Given the sinuous turns of the arm, the distance from wall to tip is 18 1/2" (the average human arm is about 24").

Cast from an original sculpture, molded and hand-painted right here in the USA (no animals were harmed in the process).

Extends from the wall 18 1/2".

Sturdy yet lightweight, it hangs on a single screw.

Sure to impress your friends and alarm your enemies. Or vice versa.

Decorative sculpture, not to be used as a hook.

Companion octopus eye piece available here -
https://www.etsy.com/listing/541064849/octopus-eyes-porthole-sculpture

Additional tentacle permutations can be found here -
https://www.etsy.com/shop/ArtAkimbo?section_id=6084267
Hand-crafted octopus wall tentacle sculpture and porthole.

Because life is too short for timid décor. This imposing bit of cephalopod adds a distinct nautical edge to any room with a smidgen of steampunk and a dash of Jules Verne. A great gift for oceanographers, sci fi fans, tattoo artists, nerdy cephalopod-lovers everywhere.

This is a 24" octopus arm cast in sturdy urethane resin, polished and painted, protruding from a 9 1/4" diameter rust encrusted porthole. Given the sinuous turns of the arm, the distance from wall to tip is 18 1/2" (the average human arm is about 24").

Cast from an original sculpture, molded and hand-painted right here in the USA (no animals were harmed in the process).

Extends from the wall 18 1/2".

Sturdy yet lightweight, it hangs on a single screw.

Sure to impress your friends and alarm your enemies. Or vice versa.

Decorative sculpture, not to be used as a hook.

Companion octopus eye piece available here -
https://www.etsy.com/listing/541064849/octopus-eyes-porthole-sculpture

Additional tentacle permutations can be found here -
https://www.etsy.com/shop/ArtAkimbo?section_id=6084267

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