Why this sculpture looks like a baby skeleton: ‘This is one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen’
After spending nearly $5,000, a man in New York’s Greenwich Village took on a daunting task to transform the wooden box that housed the wooden sculpture of a baby.
The man, who goes by the name Frederic Remington, was looking to take on a project that would have him transform the toy, which was made by Remington’s company, into a “decorative” sculpture.
The box is a box with an opening on the top.
Remington placed a piece of wood inside the box and made the opening smaller and smaller.
He also placed an LED light bulb inside the opening to simulate the glow of light in the room.
When the light bulb was turned on, Remington put a piece into the box, and he then placed the other piece into another box, with another opening on top.
Then he put a third box inside the fourth box, which held the box of wood.
The sculpture was placed in the fireplace.
“I wanted to make it look like it was in a crib,” Remington said.
“It was like a real baby.
It’s a really cool idea.”
The man also created a video of the process to explain how he made the changes.
The work took Remington about two months to complete.
The wooden box is being auctioned off by the artist on Saturday, and the proceeds will be donated to a nonprofit organization that provides housing for people in need.