Fuel Tank From An F-94 Bomber Is Reborn As A Megalodon [Video]


After acquiring a discarded wing mounted fuel tank from a F-94 bomber, San Francisco found object artist Nemo Gould proceeded to transform it into a shiny Megalodon sculpture complete with a bevy of moving parts.

The work recently made its debut at the “Perpetual Motion” exhibition at Heron Arts SF and was reportedly a huge hit, obviously because when sharks, art and old military aircraft parts meet it’s a recipe for awesome.

Check out additional pics and a few videos of the Megalodon in action below.

I hate to see you go, but I love to watch you leave. (Opens April 16, 6-10pm 7 Heron st. San Francisco CA)

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The only critics that matter.

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56 soup spoons, hand sharpened and welded into "dentures" form Megalodon's teeth.

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(via Laughing Squid)

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