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Artist turns PC trash into towering cities

Posted on Tuesday, December 07 2010 @ 00:05:17 CET by


VR Zone spotted some pretty amazing pieces of art made from old tech components:
Apparently, an artist by the name of Franco Recchia had a little too much dead hardware to play with. And instead of using them to make a generic wall, he had chosen instead to do something more: by making mini-sculptures out of whole cities with them. His current works (finished) include sculptures of Central Park, Manhattan and Boston, all made out of nothing but the stuff we throw out from our PCs when they fail.






 



 

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