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Hammering Man is a piece of digital artwork by Tim Allen which was uploaded on June 7th, 2009.
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This is the signature sculpture outside the Seattle Art Museum.
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June 7th, 2009
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Beautiful image!! L/F
Tim Allen replied:
Thank you very much, Marian.
It is one of my favorites.
I really love this. Great piece
Thank you very much, Mhmod.
Congratulations on your well earned sale Tim, excellent artwork!
Thank you very much, Pamela.
Congrats on your sale Tim! Awesome!!
Thank you very much, Darren.
Awesome work! Congratulations on your sale
Thank you very much, Tammy. As an activist and a shop steward with SEIU Local 6, the purchase of this image really means a lot. It is among my most favorite images.
Thank you very much, Mercedes.
Great composition. I like the way the Hammering Man appears himself made out of scrap metal.
Thank you very much, Arjun. LOL Those pieces of "scrap" metal may actually be scrap from an aircraft carrier or something as they are 4" to 6" thick. It stands over 2 stories in height
interesting and intriguing work tim
Thank you very much, Shadowlee.
I think we had this same piece on temporary loan to an art gallery near the America Plaza and America Plaza skyscraper in downtown San Diego for a while. Chuck
LOL! Imitation is the greatest form of flattery. There is a miniature version of this in a guy drinking a beer outside a local bar and another of a guy leaning back against a building drinking a cup of coffee. In both cases the arm with the beverage moves in the same way Hammering Man's arm moves except it moves toward the mouth. Very cool. ;)
You go, my union brother. I'm SEIU Local 6.
I can appreciate the Union....I came from a from a family, that the food and roof over my head was because of the UAW...."United Autoworkers Union".
Ive been to this place. Nice Artwork
Thank you, Jason. Being a union member and a shop steward, this sculpture has a lot of symbolic meaning to me. I'm glad I was able to capture it as well as I did. Thanks again for your comments.
Thank you everyone for the kind and encouraging comments.
I really envy such talent Tim! Love it!
The front page!!! Woot-woot! You deserve it.
Jean Marie Girard
Yes, very nice!
This reminds me of Lebedev's work for his Russian avant-garde propaganda posters,but yours is far more elegantly done. Congrats.
Congratulation on your making the home page feature with this really interesting photo, Tim! -- Joe.
This is a wonderful shot! Mind numbingly brilliant! I had a whole other train of thought till I saw this. it stopped me in my tracks. like god sent the most beautiful angels he had down to me and they whispered n my ear everything i ever wanted to hear while slowly giggling my balls. ...and i still cant remember what i was thinking about. Nice shot!
Thank you Julie. I appreciate it greatly.
Thank you Ernie.
Congrats on your front page feature Tim. Well deserved!!
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