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Topic # 185551 27-Nov-2015 09:53
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In this thread, we take the useless, annoying waste products from our tech jobs and turn them into something wonderful, be that a nifty tool or a stellar piece of abstract art.

Let me start the ball rolling with an installation that I call "Moscow Apartment in Winter". Note how the irregularities of Dell's STUPID monitor packaging creates intriguing patterns and caverns within the brutalist industrial shell of the building, as if referencing the complexity of its occupants versus its homogeneous exterior. The annoying 'clinginess' of the polystyrene PC case packing finds new life in the cluster of 'snow' which surrounds the apartment. Completed over the course of an afternoon.

The challenge begins!


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  Reply # 1435848 27-Nov-2015 10:21
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I'm not sure I could beat that. The artistic interpretation alone is so far beyond my ability to comprehend I feel I am not worthy of even commenting on its shadow.


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