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Fossils of the Mechazoic Era: the What Now?

by Lambert Varias
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Poor dead bird.

creatures of the mechazoic era 1

Wait what the —

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It’s a dead robo-bird! Artist/illustrator/futurechologist Justin Chase Black, more respectfully addressed as Mr. ThrowingChicken, recently finished the awesome looking  Creatures of the Mechazoic Era, a series of sculptures that look like fossilized remains from a time yet to come.

According to monsieur ThrowingChicken, “Over the past several months I have been gathering reference photography, gathering animal bones, doing sketches, talking with geologists and fossil experts, working with fellow artists, building the bucks, making the molds and pulling the casts. This series offers a little look at what we might be digging up millions of years from now, and it just might be the remains of technology that has yet to be created.”

Who’s creeped out by the android? *raises hand*  Who wants more Mechazoic fossils? See a few more pics at ThrowingChicken’s deviantART page.

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