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Keith Newstead’s ‘Song for a Dead Moon’

May 28, 2009 by · Comments Off 

dead-moonA Steampunk version of a 19th century automata. The dead moon appears to be made of graffiti covered concrete. This is the first time that Keith has used a music box mechanism.

Height 39 cm
Width 18 cm
£1,750

To view a video of the piece or purchase it please visit our online store.

CMT in Tokyo

May 26, 2009 by · Comments Off 

ginza-ext2Our permanent exhibition in Japan, operated by Entertainment Bowl, that was in Otaru, Hokkaido for over 15 years, is now on the move.

It opened in the Ginza area of Tokyo earlier this month, and the tiny shop has been inundated with visitors (over 5000 in the first 10 days).

This is a great exhibition with some large scale versions of some of our favourite pieces such as ‘The Mill Girl and the Toff’. Entrance is free and the machines are coin-operated.

The exhibition will continue until mid-September. For more information see our touring exhibits page.
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Sketchbook Moment No. 30

May 25, 2009 by · Comments Off 

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Pig
Muck

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Sketchbook Moment No. 29

May 18, 2009 by · Comments Off 

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The temptation of St. Anthony Pie.

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Sketchbook Moment No. 28

May 11, 2009 by · Comments Off 

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I slept but all night my eyes moved rapidly.

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Scenes from Religion Made Mechanical No. 2

May 4, 2009 by · Comments Off 

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St. Thomas
Aaron’s Rod
Unspotting the Lepers
Satan’s fall from heaven
Foolish virgins
Jezebel

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