Complex Mechanical Sculptures Give The Impression Of Floating In The Air (Photo Gallery)

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Art is something subjective, everyone perceives a piece of art according to his own mind. Feel free to form and give your own opinion after seeing the amazing mechanical sculptures of this American artist that seem to be suspended in bottle. 

American artist Dan Grayber , based in San Francisco, creates colorful and suspended mechanical structures in glass enclosures. The system uses spring loaded stoppers, pressed against the glass walls, to achieve the suspension.  DanGrayber obtained his master’s degree in sculpture at the Art Institute of San Francisco and exhibited his work that oscillates between art, engineering and design worldwide.

Dan Grayber  Complex Mechanical Sculptures Float In The Air

Dan Grayber  Complex Mechanical Sculptures Float In The Air

Dan Grayber  Complex Mechanical Sculptures Float In The Air

Dan Grayber  Complex Mechanical Sculptures Float In The Air

Dan Grayber  Complex Mechanical Sculptures Float In The Air

Dan Grayber  Complex Mechanical Sculptures Float In The Air

Dan Grayber  Complex Mechanical Sculptures Float In The Air

Dan Grayber  Complex Mechanical Sculptures Float In The Air

Dan Grayber  Complex Mechanical Sculptures Float In The Air

Dan Grayber  Complex Mechanical Sculptures Float In The Air

Dan Grayber  Complex Mechanical Sculptures Float In The Air

Dan Grayber  Complex Mechanical Sculptures Float In The Air

Dan Grayber  Complex Mechanical Sculptures Float In The Air

Dan Grayber  Complex Mechanical Sculptures Float In The Air

Dan Grayber  Complex Mechanical Sculptures Float In The Air

Dan Grayber  Complex Mechanical Sculptures Float In The Air

Dan Grayber  Complex Mechanical Sculptures Float In The Air

Dan Grayber  Complex Mechanical Sculptures Float In The Air

It is really intriguing to see the achievements of this artist. Structures really seem to float in their glass jars. What inspires you in the levitation of these strange mechanical sculptures?

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1 Comment

  1. Dan Grayber

    Thanks for the write up!
    The third image from the top, though, is not mine. I’ve seen it before, though. Somebody drew one of my pieces in CAD as a personal challenge. The drawing is of one of my pieces, Cavity Mechanism #2, it’s just not my drawing.
    Thanks again, I enjoyed reading this!
    -Dan

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