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Fantastical steampunk creatures made from old watch parts by Peter Szucsy

Peter Szucsy is a Hungarian multidisciplinary artist based in Budapest. He works with art direction, drawing, game development, handicraft, illustration, sculpture, and visual arts.

I never make a concept. It would be totally impossible because every detail depends on what I find in the flea markets. All the design process happens there. Sometimes I just stand with something in my hand, and I wonder how I could use them in my works, what could be made of them. (…) How many watches or watch movements do I have? Around 300, but it’s still not enough. It’s hard to collect every necessary part for the creatures — matching in style, material, and color.

Peter Szucsy

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