AR-15 made from Childrens Books

AR-15 made from Childrens Books
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Saturday, June 16, 2012

Open Studio in Greenpoint Brooklyn Tomorrow!
Come on By 61 Greenpoint Ave #218,  Brooklyn, NY 11222 (The Pencil Factory Building)
Between 12-6 to See Some Solar Art and the Flock of Seagulls!

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Birds on the ECO-TIPI

Solar House Displayed

With Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz

With My Nephew Gabe Ganberg!
Birds Back-lit by the (Sun)

Solar Warsticks Buzz from Cellphone Motor when in the sun-(They Worked!)

The Solar Tinger didn't budge!

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Seagull Visits Earth Day at the Javits Center!

Today we took a Gull on a bamboo stick down to Earth Day at The Javits Center.
Gull At Earth Day Javits Center

Gull at Javits Center 2

Much to our Surprise there were already Six Pack Sculptures there!  Sustainable NYC decided to bring the Sea Turtle and the Coathanger Gull Prototype and show them at their booth.

Gull At Sustainably NYC booth

We had a great time, Ate healthy energy bars and met all kinds of colorful folks.  2 or 3 potential shows emerged, an Earth Day afternoon well spent!

Monday, April 16, 2012

pointGREEN's First Seagull Building Workshop!

Everybody always told me I should teach Photography!  Well this morning I taught a workshop about building six pack seagulls!  I bent the frame beforehand and let the kids attach the six pack rings, they will finish the project with their teachers over the next month...

Photo by Quinn Cole

Photo by Quinn Cole

Photo by Quinn Cole

The kids each got a few six pack rings and 6 zip ties and created cool stuff, one made handcuffs, one made a blanket, one got entangled!  Come to think of it a 5 year old is about the same size as an Albatross!

Let us know if your school or community group would be interested in a workshop, lets get the Eco-Gulls up across the nation!

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

SAVE THE DATE! Soft opening at Oslo..

Hey Everybody!
Oslo Coffee shop has agreed to host a "Soft Opening" of the six pack seagull show on:
Sunday, April 15th,  5-7 PM  The address is:
Oslo Coffee, 133 Roebling Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, 11211

Birds at Oslo

Soft opening means, there will be no drinks or food, but I'm sure some of you will Irish up your coffee!

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Bart Simpson gives us a nod!!

Check it out, Bart Simpson is now a Six Pack Ring Sculptor Too!!!
"Them Robot", Season 23, Episode 7, At 2:46

He Says, "And we're gonna make Dream-catchers out of litter we pick up!"

Yay!!  Welcome to Popular Culture, Six Pack Rings.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

The Flock of Six Pack Seagulls has Moved Into Oslo!

The Flock of 9 Seagulls is hanging around Oslo on Roebling street in Williamsburg,  Brooklyn.  There will be no official opening so just go on by and see it, have a cup of delish coffee and sign the guest book.  133 Roebling Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

One Hangs Right above the Main Table

Shadowplay on the walls

Gull Greeting as you enter the Cafe
Guylls hovering above the coffee line

Watch that Croissant!

Shadows On the Wall

Big Shadow on Back Wall

The New Penguin Oversees the Baristas
I hung the show with nothing on the walls and trained the lights to create shadows on the white walls, this adds a new dimension to the flock.
This Gull Sits above the ATM Protecting it's Nest

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Here are the Documents for 5 completed six pack SeaGulls:

Monday, January 16, 2012


The "Flock of Seagulls" is in the creation stage!  I have created 5 new Six Pack seagulls as well as a nest with eggs, these will be a part of my installation, "A Flock of (sixpack) Seagulls" Hopefully to be finished and installed by Earth Day.  In order to create consistency and symmetry of the animals, I built a "pegboard" to stretch the wire frame of the birds.  

©Rossa Cole, Pegboard for stretching Seagull Frames

Here are some iphone shots of the completed gulls.

©Rossa Cole, 5 new gulls

©Rossa Cole, 5 new gulls with nest

And here is the nest with eggs, the frame is made from wire coat hangers:

©Rossa Cole, Six Pack Seagull Nest with Three Eggs

For this gull, #6, I used wire coat hangers for the frame and fishing line instead of zip ties to attach the six pack rings.

©Rossa Cole, Coat-hanger frame detail
©Rossa Cole, Wire Frame Gull

I am hoping to get to hang them at the Javits Center, here are some rough renderings I have created:
©Rossa Cole-Javits Renderings

Of course I would also like to put them in atrium's and lobbies around the city and world.  Please contact me if you have any installation location ideas (or contacts) you would like to share!
I am also designing a workshop for schools, artist or eco groups where participants can create their own Gull  (info below)

Thanks and will update as things progress.