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Andrew Chase’s steel cheetah


From tiny metal animals to something a lot larger. Andrew Chase‘s fully-articulated cheetah is 61 cm (24 inches) high and 127 cm (50 inches) in length, and joins a similar mechanoid giraffe and elephant as part of Chase’s ongoing Timmy project. Lots more pictures of all the animals at Baekdal. Now if only these were fully-functioning robots…

Previously on { feuilleton }
The Corpus Clock
The Bowes Swan



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5 comments or trackbacks

  1. #1 posted by AlyxL


    Curiously enough, I read this immediately after another post about mechanical big cats, here.

  2. #2 posted by John


    Ah yeah. I read the Independent piece about the Leonardo lion, could have mentioned it here if I’d managed to remember it.

  3. #4 posted by James


    where can i find a biography of andrew chase for my art project for research

  4. #5 posted by John


    Hi James. Maybe try asking Andrew Chase himself?






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