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38 Things You Can Do with the Rynski Dragon Metal Divider Thing

It’s new. It’s hot. And it’s ready for action. That leaves just one question:

What the heck is it?

The working title for this new work of rynski art is the “Rynski Decorative Metal Privacy Divider Thing.” Lame name, I know. I’m in the market for a snappier name if anyone has ideas!

The item is a 16-guage, heavy duty steel plate featuring fabulous cut-outs to create the shape of a dragon skeleton. The plate stands up on its own, thanks to feet folded directly out of the metal, making it a solid, no-nonsense piece of work.

The steel is topped off with weather-resistant paint designed to withstand outdoor elements as well as indoor dust. Metal divider measures 34 inches long x 28 inches high x about 10 inches deep (with feet sticking out about 4 inches or so on either side).

One of the best things about the thing is its extreme versatility. It can be used for privacy, as an accent screen, as yard and garden décor, as a fireplace screen, as a room divider, as a door or hallway blocker, as a decorative panel, or even as a gate ornament or wall hanging.

Check out the list of 38 things you can do with the thing for a better idea of what I mean.

Block your dog from your outdoor welding area.

Block your robotic vacuum from entering unwanted territory.

Block cats from slithering into strange spaces.

Block people, pets and things from crawling in and out of windows.

Stop neighbors from peeking in your bedroom.

Stop ne’er do wells from peeking in your yard.

Freak out your neighbors at night.

Freak out your neighbors during the day.

Add ambiance to parties.

Hide unsightly corners crammed with crap.

Hide ugly trash cans in your office.

Hide beautiful trash cans on your patio.

Block the fridge when you’re on a diet. 

Block flames when used as a fireplace screen (protective perforated metal backing and fire-proofing available upon request).

Block bats from entering the belfry (again, with a metal or screen backing option).

Block small children from your outdoor gazebo (which is really a glorified dog house).

Hide those horrible utility boxes in your yard.

Hide the godawful litter box.

Keep kids away from your grill.

Replace your boring headboard.

Replace standard office cubicle dividers.

Add pizzazz to an open floor plan.

Add intrigue to your coffee table.

Add a jazzy touch to a traditional mirror (with the rynski metal divider placed in front of it).

Grace your garden entrance.

Grace your patio or porch.

Grace your coolest pal with the coolest gift.

See how far you can stick your arm through the holes.

See if you can stick your head through (kidding!).

See if you can snap an artsy selfie of your face behind the open eye area.

Stop dogs from peeing on your favorite plants.

Stop dogs from scratching up your doors or walls.

Stop kids from running down the hallway.

Create privacy for your desk area.

Create a stylish vibe in your foyer.

Create conversation no matter where you put it.

Wonder if you should have ordered it in bronze with blue patina.

Wonder how you ever lived without one.

Get yours now at the rynski etsy shop!

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Ryn Yard Art: Because boring yards are worse than boring people (almost) – 2012 update

Please enjoy the updated Wacky Yard Art photos snapped in my Tucson backyard in August 2012. It was time to update the previous pix, which are missing a lot of the growth.

Want some Rynart for your own backyard?

Shop on the Ryndustries website!

Shop at Ryndustries on Etsy!

Email for custom orders: ryngargulinski@hotmail.com

P.S. I once hallucinated all my art came alive and began to attack me. (Don’t worry, it won’t happen to you as long as you get enough sleep.)

Have a nice day!

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Stanley the Sink: Yard Art Made from Bathroom Sink (for real)

Stanley the Sink doesn’t stink – he’s rub-a-dub clean, cute and ready to grace your yard. Much better than those folks who plaster their yards with a toilet.

Heavy, durable and a cool bluish green, Stanley started as a plain ol’ bathroom sink unwanted at a Tucson yard sale.

He came to the Rynski house and is now the pride of the yard, right

after the Medusa scarecrow, of course.

Stanley is fully weatherproof for indoor or outdoor use, although he’s probably not the best for actual use as a sink. You might knock into his metal eyeballs.

Stanley measures approx. 2.5 feet wide by 2 high by 2 feet deep and is HEAVY. He is a porcelain bathroom sink, after all.

Shipping charges could be discussed, although he’d be better off picked up.

Stanley sans shipping goes for $303. He makes a great barricade for falling fences or an anchor for those wayward trellises.

E-mail ryngargulinski@hotmail.com for more details or to order Stanley today.

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Kooky Kitty Cat: Upcycled Metal Yard Art

kooky kitty metal yard art
kooky kitty metal yard art
 
This clever and kooky kitty cat was saved from the depths of the dump and sweetly transformed into a bright, funky piece of yard art.

Fully weatherproof for indoor or outdoor use, Kooky Kitty comes complete with a bright pinkish reddish pink red coat with black accents and slitty funny eyes.

Kooky cat was a single piece of the metal that was lovingly cut with a welder and then folded into a three-dimensional cat that stands about 12-iches tall.

The entire piece measures approx. 12 high by 16 wide by 18 long and includes a silly little tail.

Perfect for cat lovers everywhere or all folks who dig fun stuff their yard.

Check out kooky kitty on Etsy.

Custom ideas welcome if you’d rather a Kooky Kitten or Flea-Bitten Dog. E-mail ryngargulinski@hotmail.com

 

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