"Songbirds" - Steampunk Sculptures
by Mullanium

steampunk sculptures

Today we want to show you cute steampunk sculptures. In 1991 artist Jim Mullan got collection of old original decoys and they were a studio decoration for many years. In 2006 birds from this collection became the basis of new collection “Songbirds” containing small and big fun steampunk birds. “Each bird is hand made in our Florida studio using old carvings as our models. The unusual relics we use such as croquet balls, binoculars and old toys give each inspiring bird their own personality. These sculptures give life to the once forgotten pieces of yesterday.” At the moment Jim Mullan and his wife Tori produce these steampunk sculptures under the brand Mullanium. Have fun!

 

steampunk sculptures

steampunk sculptures

steampunk sculptures

steampunk sculptures

steampunk sculptures

steampunk sculptures

steampunk sculptures

steampunk sculptures

steampunk sculptures

steampunk sculptures

steampunk sculptures

steampunk sculptures

steampunk sculptures

steampunk sculptures

steampunk sculptures

steampunk sculptures

steampunk sculptures

steampunk sculptures

steampunk sculptures

steampunk sculptures

steampunk sculptures

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4 Comments
  1. Lori

    Where can I buy one of these and what are the prices?

    • Ms. D. Pierson

      I am very interested in purchasing a song bird. More information is needed as to: Size, Choices available,
      Charges, turn-around-time, etc.

      Sincerely, DP

  2. peter andres

    i’m the happy owner of one of these.
    sits right next to my antique dictionaries.

  3. metāla žogi

    Why only birds…?