Gears, cogs, pipes, wires, bracketry and an array of other mechanical elements have a recurrent habit of fusing together in perfect unison in any one of celebrated ‘assemblage artist’, Dan Lane’s signature contemporary art sculptures, and his very latest three-dimensional reveals don’t digress too much from this unwritten creative rule of thumb. Taking on a new form – as though coming to life – the exciting talent that is, Lane’s latest Autumn 2016 pieces may not wield too many obvious industrial facets to greet the naked eye, yet both ‘The Saint’ and ‘The Sinner’ are clearly the visual result of much behind-the-scenes invention and reinvention. Months of searching and collecting of parts and features, are subsequently employed via a unique and meticulous technique of arranging and rearranging hundreds of parts, that in itself can take countless hours. The end product – as witnessed here in the illustrative flesh (or rather plastic and metal composites) are two dark, yet beautiful takes on natural forms by mechanical intervention; an industrial version of life if you like. Ownership of this brace of 7” skull sculptures is simple enough too, just contact us today to reserve your hand-signed limited edition.