Dan Funderburgh’s Work at Fellow Traveller

I wrote in my art show round-up last week that Dan Funderburgh was having a show in Brooklyn, so he was rad enough to send me some photos of the work he had up. He had mentioned to me that he was making “40 tools” for the exhibit, but I wasn’t really sure what he meant until I got to see these photos. As you can see, the ‘gunbrella’ from The DWP was turned into a real, giant sculpture! How cool is that?!

As you can see from the photos he went crazy, making grenades, files, saws, wrenches, a staple gun, a chainsaw, a gas can, and even a boomerang! The details are also totally amazing, like I can’t believe he had the patience to make all of those. I have a bunch more photos under the cut, so be sure to check all of them out. If you’re in the Brooklyn area as well, be sure to check out the show in person, I’m sure it’s even better!


7 Comments Dan Funderburgh’s Work at Fellow Traveller

  1. Asvetic May 13, 2008 at 2:29 PM

    If I were to make a trip to Brooklyn before the end of May, it would be to see Dan’s work. Amazing.

  2. Simian May 13, 2008 at 3:51 PM

    Awesome! I’ve had the DWP gunbrella as my desktop at work for a while now. It attracts endless positive comments. Dan’s work is great; we just need him to show in New Zealand now. Brooklyn’s just that little bit too far for me! :)

  3. minisushi May 14, 2008 at 2:13 AM

    just as Simian I have the gunbrella Wallpaper at work and people love it just as much as I do! his work is amaizing! thanks for the discovery

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  5. casualaesthete May 16, 2008 at 7:35 AM

    Don’t forget to check out Justin Fines and Kevin Devine’s work at the show as well, both are also awesome.

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  6. tyler May 24, 2008 at 9:29 AM

    Dan’s stuff has always been friggin’ awesome and I just love the contrast between his fantastically detailed micro-scale work with the tooly metal macro shapes.

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