Lithium Lionfish, 2020

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Found objects (electronics, camera parts, machine parts, transformer wire, loom latches) ArtResin resin, plywood, stainless/aluminum hardware
Framed: 13 x 12 x 3 in (33 x 30.5 x 7.6 cm)
Fossil: ~6.5 in sq (16.5 cm sq)
Silver Metal Frame
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Domestic shipping included, international shipping extra.

This is the first lionfish in the Mech-Fossil series. The Lithium Lionfish was an agressive predator that could disrupt entire ecosystems as it had very few natural predators. This venomous creature would attack other Mech-Fossil species using a lithium salt compound injected by one of its numerous hook-spines. The compound would quickly corrode the prey causing paralysis.

• The pectoral fin spines on this piece is extend out from the cast surface by about 0.75".
• The cast piece can be cleaned with a tiny amount of rubbing alcohol and a soft cloth.
• Comes with certificate of authenticity.


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