CULTURE & ARTS
01/05/2012 04:19 pm ET Updated Jan 05, 2012

Mechanical Fingers Tap Impatiently, Modeled After Artist's Own Hand (VIDEO) (PHOTOS)

Nothing quite says impatience like the sound of tapping fingers.

British mechanical sculptor Nik Ramage teamed up with Dutch manufacturer Laikingland, to bring you the eternally tapping mechanical copy of the artist's own hand, reports DesignBoom.com.

Made over with cold cast aluminium digits, other materials used by the London based artist include cast steel and a motor running on two AA batteries.

The odd sculpture is based on an earlier version of the hand, notes CNET.

With only 25 copies to be made available in February, the piece, officially dubbed Fingers Mk II, will be sold for $937.60.

Check out the YouTube video and slideshow of Nik Ramage's impatient replica hand below.

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