Sculptural Firebowls handmade by artist John T. Unger are luxury fire features valued for exceptional beauty, craftsmanship and design. American made firepits, hand cut from 100% recycled steel, John T. Unger's Sculptural Firebowls have been featured in The New York Times, HGTV and DIY network.
Each Eternal Flame Sculpture is a one of a kind sculpture that will never be repeated. Although their bright colors and cheerful look could fool you, they are made from 100% recycled steel. The Eternal flames are an open edition of sculpture— each is signed and numbered, but there is no predetermined limit to how many I'll make. They're too cool to limit to a set number.
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Each Fire Imp Sculpture is a signed and numbered, one of a kind sculpture that will never be repeated.There are 100 each in Natural Steel, Red, Yellow, Orange, White and Black.
Part of what makes the Fire Imps fun is the freeze frame of pattern, rhythm, lyricality and syncopation that gives them a musical feel… combined in groups, they resemble a musical score as much as a group of dancers. The shadows they cast are also a part of the piece, doubling or distorting the form, mirroring the sculpture on the wall.
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As Seen In
Suddenly, the World is Their Market
The New York Times 15 Aug. 2010
1000 Ideas for Creative Reuse
The Daily Book of Art
Desperate Landscapes, episode
Yard Crashers, episode
Red Hot & Green, Tropical Getaway, episode 109