Artist Turns Vintage Watches Into Steampunk Sculptures

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Dan Tanenbaum, an artist from Toronto, is making miniature motorcycles from old watches. He also transforms any objects into steampunk figures by using old watch parts.

According to Ripleys, it takes 40 to 50 hours to create each motorcycle and it is made from up to 50 watches. They sell each bike for more than $1000.

Check out his amazing sculptures below.

Mini chopper

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Rat rod … photo by @ian.campbell.prints

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Mini chopper

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Custom bagger

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Custom chopper

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Old school snowmobile made out of vintage watch parts

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Custom mini encrusted 3” Dunny

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Time for a trike ride

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Custom cafe racer

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Finally finished the #jackdaniels bottle

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Great day on the bike

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