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12 Objects Made From Technology Turned Unrecognizable

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1. This little bug buddy made from a discarded motherboard:

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2. This human/bird hybrid sculpture made from a variety of technologies old and new:

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See more of Gabriel Dishaw’s work here.

3. This antique television-turned-aquarium:

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4. This metal sneaker composed of telephone wires, computer chips, and more:

See more of Gabriel's sculptures on his site.
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See more of Gabriel's sculptures on his site.

5. This ombre flip-phone sculpture:

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6. This fish made of digital clock parts:

7. This media station built from dozens of discarded computers:

This piece, called Toxic Skull, was made by Greenpeace for Maker Faire and later modified to play video by Scott Mills and Allen Williams.
Alex Handy / (CC BY http://2.0) / Via Flickr: vonguard

This piece, called Toxic Skull, was made by Greenpeace for Maker Faire and later modified to play video by Scott Mills and Allen Williams.

8. This abstract landscape comprised of circuit board pieces and paint:

Justin Leitner / Via etsy.com

9. This oversized sculpture made from both whole and deconstructed household appliances:

This sculpture, known as "the WEEE Man," was built as part of the Eden Project and put on display in St Austell, U.K.
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This sculpture, known as "the WEEE Man," was built as part of the Eden Project and put on display in St Austell, U.K.

10. This little buddy made of odds and ends:

11. This fierce dragon made of lightbulbs and bicycle parts, among other things:

United Geekdom of GNU/Linux / (CC BY http://2.0) / Via Flickr: uggl-y

12. This tiny bike made out of a Chevrolet engine:

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