We have just completed a project with world renowned artist Stephen Cawston featuring a 24ct gold plated Maxim gun. The Maxim is operated by a 24ct gold leafed real human skeleton gunner.
The 24ct gold leaf coated skeleton is not held together by wires and frames looking lifeless, as often seen in museums, but is carefully and respectfully put together in such a way as to show it in a real life situation such as the gunner in the images.
To see more of Stephen Cawston’s exceptional and original artwork, “The Value of Life in Gold”, please visit Conceptual Real Golden Skeletons.
Stephen Cawston is a British artist who is internationally known for his Contemporary Pop Art which can be seen at his exclusive Walton Street Knightsbridge gallery in London The Homarge Gallery.
Many of Stephen’s commissions have been featured in the press including Guy Ritchie and Jacqui Ainsley’s wedding gift as well as Princess Charlotte’s seven foot wide oil painting of the original billboard for the 1937 classic, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”, now situated in Kensington Palace. Cawston is also the McLaren Racing official artist.
Images supplied and used with kind permission by the artist Stephen Cawston.