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November 12, 2011

Giant world map made from recycled computers

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From Colossal:

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"British artist Susan Stockwell

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recently completed this gigantic world map (21 feet x 13 feet)

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made from recycled computer components

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for the University of Bedfordshire.

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Entitled 'World,'

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the piece has been in progress since 2010

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and uses motherboards, electrical wiring, fans, and myriad other components."

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The artist appears above and in the fourth picture from the top.

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[via upon a fold and @dsjkvf]

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I loved this. Absolutely wonderful.

Posted by: Milena | Nov 13, 2011 12:27:26 AM

I work (not exclusively) with circuit boards.

Everyone has the sweat, creativity, logic and purpose of the creators.

It is one of the few magical (yet logic) items I can hold in my hands.

I marvel over the simple and complex ones.

I know, get a life, Joe.

Posted by: Joe Peach | Nov 12, 2011 9:26:25 PM

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