Scott Musgrove: Walktopus

I’ve been a fan of Scott Musgrove for many years, but admittedly have paid more attention to his artwork than sculpture.

His latest piece, Walktopus, is a treat for those with a penchant for cephalopods. This fellow is my height (well, I can boast being an inch or two taller since I tower over the masses at a gargantuan 5’1″-5’2″).

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And the 20″ version:

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What a great candle holder for a quirky library like mine…

Scott Musgrove

Cannot type/talk due to severe illness (all words courtesy of voice software or kind typing helpers)…I read and appreciate all comments…Apologies for not being able to respond.

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6 Responses to “Scott Musgrove: Walktopus”

  1. Quirky and exotic – I’d like one too :)

  2. I love these!

  3. It would make a marvelous
    street light, wouldn’t it!

  4. This is so spooky but I really want to run my fingers down those shapely tentacles…

    Er, also I like the tiny octopuses at the bottom!

  5. carolinelarnach Says:

    Hey Dana, have you come across Enid Twiglet yet? She does biology-inspired embroidery that I reckon would be right up your street. This recent octopus piece is pretty cool http://enidtwiglet.blogspot.co.nz/2013/04/finally-octopus.html

  6. Truly madly deeply in love with this, need it most badly in my special spot!! You do lay by? Talent! X

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