Darwin's Bumpy Clown

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The message

"There is grandeur in this view of life, with its several powers, having been originally breathed into a few forms or into one; and that, whilst this planet has gone cycling on according to the fixed law of gravity, from so simple a beginning endless forms most beautiful and most wonderful have been, and are being, evolved."


Video and photo's

Video can be found on

Pictures can also be found on http://picasaweb.google.com/lopsarg/KristofsArt#

second version

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first version

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The story

To evolve... is part of life , the random mutations together with the survival of the fittest has created the world we live in now. In this work this is presented by the fact that none of the clogs are the same, none of the clogs are perfect. They all have been selected for their mistakes, for their mutation. The tree has all sorts of elements, fruits and one of them might evolve in the next generation of clogs. One of the mutations now seen as beeing imperfect will make this species survie in the troubled world ahead of us. :)

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numbered exclusivity

From this copyright protected work only 5 are/will be made, they are all signed in one of the clogs and have a number x/5

  • Nr 1/5 is in my personal exhibition (open to the public on appointment)
  • Nr 2/5 has been bought but the buyer wants to stay anonymous
  • Nr 3/5 is still available
  • Nr 4/5 is still available
  • Nr 5/5 is still available

the price is 8000 euro of which 4000 euro will be passed on to a good cause (Preferably The local school :).

The artist



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  • Weight about 160 Kg
  • Materials : Wood (Willow) Metal concrete
  • size 4M heigh and about 3 to 4 meters wide
  • 23 branches layed out as follows :


other works

Other art from this inventor can be found here and Dutch Window Cleaner