Shark Gun Sculptures By Christopher Schulz

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.

Shark Gun Sculptures By Christopher Schulz 1

Shark Gun Sculptures By Christopher Schulz 2

Shark Gun Sculptures By Christopher Schulz 3

Shark Gun Sculptures By Christopher Schulz 4

More From Living

The James Brand's Carter Is An Ambidextrous EDC Essential

Crafted from a durable, dependable VG-10 Stainless Steel.

Posted By Chris West


OluKai's Nubuck Leather Chukka Boot Was Inspired By A Legendary Canoe

Comfortable and versatile style staple done the Hawaiian way.

Posted By Sean Tirman

Featured Image

Pininfarina’s Luxury Yacht Boasts Four 1,500HP Rolls-Royce Engines

Rossinavi called upon the legendary coachbuilders for this magnificent vessel.

Posted By

Nov 13, 2019

Featured Image

This Book Is Loaded With Blueprints Of Hollywood’s Most Villainous Lairs

Nearly 300 pages of some of the most iconic silver screen hideouts.

Posted By

Nov 12, 2019

Featured Image

These Concept Houseboats Bring Luxury Living To The High Seas

A unique waterborne solution to a very real ecological problem.

Posted By

Nov 11, 2019

Featured Image

The Unique SOL House Is A Geometric Cabin Escape With Forest Views

Helping denizens to rest, recoup, and reconnect with nature.

Posted By

Nov 8, 2019