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Shark Gun Sculptures By Christopher Schulz

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Aug 21, 2014

Category: Living

Suffering from Shark Week hangover? Us too. But allow us to pick your spirits up off the sandbar with some impressive shark-related art now on display at San Francisco’s CK Contemporary gallery.

The brilliantly warped mind of artist Christopher Schulz has come up with these 3D metal sculptures, fusing sharks (and rays) with guns. Schulz uses marine grade stainless steel and mounts them on a transparent Lucite base. What does this say about our demonization of sharks? How does this reflect society’s conflicting messages about manmade weapons and fish with sharp teeth? Honestly, we have no idea; we just think they look really cool. And plenty of other people agree, as the sculptures have been selling for between $4,000 and $42,000 to customers all over the world.

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