15 June, 10:09

Hungarian steampunk master and his spider made of pocket watch parts

Hungarian steampunk master and his spider made of pocket watch parts
Peter Shuci, a Hungarian illustrator and designer, is engaged in the creation of video games. However, like every true artist, he always wanted to create something amazing. That is why he stopped at experiments with steampunk.

A highly skilled artist, he created many amazing monsters that became famous for their unique sinisterness and detail. His work with vector graphics and pixels has earned him recognition and respect in the industry.
After several years of successful work in the video game industry, Peter felt it was time to try something different. Looking for new ways to express his creativity, he began to create steampunk sculptures. For his works, Peter used various parts from antique clocks, medical equipment and photo and video cameras.

"I have been working as a video game artist for many years. I made a lot of monsters and creatures in the virtual world. But a few years ago I felt it was time to create something different. I planned to make such a spider in the real world, and now it came true," said Peter Shuchi at the time.
The artist visited flea markets near his home, where he looked for antiques and necessary materials. His spiders are made from parts of antique clocks, medical equipment and other vintage objects, carefully thought out.

Antique clockwork gives Peter's works a mechanical aesthetic, while medical equipment and cameras add a touch of mystery.
The works of the Hungarian artist fascinate art fans with their skill, contributing to the development of modern art.

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