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Mr. Ed

Posted by
Steve Rice (Olympia, United States) on 8 July 2011 in Art & Design.

Recycled Spirits of Iron
Part of the Roadside Oddities Series

If you don't know about Mr. Ed, check this Wikipedia article.

PATRICK from miramas, France

excellent

8 Jul 2011 6:18am

kitty from Seoul, South Korea

A laughing horse - great^^

8 Jul 2011 6:22am

Z from Shanghai, China

tremendous stuff..i like it more than the iron&steel ones! Great pic, Steve!

8 Jul 2011 7:09am

Marie LC from Entre montagnes et Bretagne, France

On this one, we have the impression that the iron is replaced by the wood. It is very successful this recycling in statues of animals.

8 Jul 2011 7:19am

Veronique from Hautes-Pyrénées, France

looks like wood to me !

8 Jul 2011 7:25am

Longroute from Cagliari, Italy

Hi Steve,

This is a real outdoor museum full of deserving masterpieces!
I like a lot both the sculpture and your W&B, so incisive and expressive. This horse has a strong visual impact and fits well with the surrounding.
Well done,
Donato

8 Jul 2011 7:39am

Shaahin Bahremand from Tehran, Iran

oh ! wonderful statue
excellent job

8 Jul 2011 7:58am

ORBIT from Kerman, Iran

Marvelous! :D
WOOOW!

8 Jul 2011 8:26am

Kala from United States

I loved Mr. Ed. What a creation!

8 Jul 2011 8:27am

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

Looks like I'm the only guy not knowing 'Mr Ed' but the sculpture is a joy !

8 Jul 2011 8:39am

SRM from Rome, Italy

I love your style, taste a, and lightening which you use in ur shots ....

8 Jul 2011 9:19am

J.R. from Ginowan, Japan

This is something else, Hope he finds something to eat soon he loves starved.

8 Jul 2011 11:01am

Michael Skorulski from Toronto, Canada

A wonderful creative idea for a sculpture. A splendid image, Steve.

8 Jul 2011 11:34am

Stephen from Canberra, Australia

Another splendid image in b&w. I don't think this Mr Ed has said much lately!

8 Jul 2011 1:13pm

Williams from East LaHave, Nova Scotia, Canada

A horse is a horse of course of course. This is one crazy Mr. Ed, Well shot.

8 Jul 2011 1:18pm

Jason Politte from Conway, AR, United States

Wow, just superb, Steve! I would really love to see some of these sculptures in person sometime.

8 Jul 2011 1:29pm

Tede from Aubenas 07, France

Superbly made ‚Äč‚Äčthis sculpture, I like. Splendid shot. Good day.

8 Jul 2011 3:36pm

Bettina from Los Angeles, United States

Mr. Ed has seen better days!

8 Jul 2011 4:09pm

Evelyne Dubos from Le Mans, France

Very strange but creative wooden sculpture !

8 Jul 2011 4:19pm

franz from Baden, Austria

like a horse of the riders of the apocalypse! looks more "wooden" than metal to me! excellent capture of what must be a fun place to visit (as i've said before!)! ;-))

8 Jul 2011 6:40pm

Kiki from Ambert, France

Bones and wood replaced the metal here and that there with this real crane is even more impressive !

8 Jul 2011 9:14pm

Dokmateo from Spain

Beautiful Steve excellent series.

8 Jul 2011 10:45pm

Phil David Morris 2011 from Saskatoon, Toronto, Canada

Such amazing talent to do work like this. Superb photo, and I loved the t.v.
show, Mr. Ed, in buckets.

9 Jul 2011 3:02am

Nance E from Cary, United States

Great capture. Very interesting sculpture. I am wondering how he/she did it! And....have to admit, Mr. Ed looks a little anorexic! LOL!

9 Jul 2011 3:04pm

Francesc B. from région parisienne, France

Very impressive, and very creative...
I was a child when i looked at the television series Mr. Ed.

10 Jul 2011 11:28am