One of several hand made gates in my tiny urban yard. The first gate I'd ever made. Simple hand tools. A grinder and sawzall were used to cut everything. A 110v flux wire welder (no gas) for all the welding. A hammer and a vice to curve each of the individual sections of web. It's totally imperfect, just like a real web.
The spider hole came from a used fire extinguisher I cut the bottom off of. The top part of the extinguisher I turned into a door bell hung above my front door.
There is a snake like creature that is the actual latching mechanism. Totally original idea that I've never seen anywhere else. The damn thing has almost poked my eye out on several occasions. I love it.
The frame around the gate is wire management racking that carries the wires in computer rooms. I used to build server rooms, and when we'd demo old rooms, they'd throw out the racking.......which I normally found a use for. Before the racking was the frame for the gate, I used it as a lumber rack in my old toyota truck. Repurposed twice after it's initial life.