• Gabriel Dishaw’s Junk-Metal Sneaker Sculptures

    Gabriel Dishaw’s Junk-Metal Sneaker Sculptures

    Motherboards and sneakers are quite the unlikely combination.  That’s why these sneaker sculptures, which uses old circuit boards and other throwaway materials to create replicas of popular kicks, look way awesome. Created by junk-metal artist Gabriel Dishaw, the growing collection now numbers five pieces, with names such as the Air Jordan Colossus, Junk Dunk and Blazer Pentium 1.0 (which should give you a hint about what shoes they’re based on).  They’re all made to an exact size of 9.5 inches, [...]

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  • Sys-Admin Miguel Rivera Salvages Gutted Disks, Turns Them Into Gorgeous Hard Drive Sculptures

    Sys-Admin Miguel Rivera Salvages Gutted Disks, Turns Them Into Gorgeous Hard Drive Sculptures

    Personally, I like my out-of-commission hard drives mangled to death. Not because I keep sensitive information there, far from it. I just really, really like seeing things get bent out of their wits. As long as I’m watching it happen, of course. Miguel Rivera’s hobby, on the other hand, is a little less severe. In fact, it’s very creative. Rather than shred those piles of useless metal and throw them in a heap, he turns them into beautiful works of [...]

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