Recycled Gears Transformed Into Mechanical Creatures
What might seem like a pile of junk to the average person is creative inspiration for Chicago-based artist Justin Gershenson-Gates. With a website aptly
Eddy Current, The Golfer was created by Dave Cartlidge, from Staffordshire, UK. Using electronic components that were no longer required at his place of work. Dave Cartlidge is an Electronics Test Engineer.
Elektronik komponentler ile hazırlanan ilginç figürler 2 – Elektronik Devreler Projeler
Daha önce elektronik komponentler ile hazırlanan ilginç figürleri paylaşmıştım bu yazıda devamını getiriyorum özellikle elektronik bilgisi olan, elektronik ile
Nuts the Dog Metal Sculpture
Manufacturer: Yardbirds Metal Sculptures Collection: Junkyard Dogs Artist: Richard Kolb Size: 5"L x 5"W x 7"H Normally ships in 2-3 business days Full of rustic charm and a sense of fun, each Junkyard Dog and Cat sculpture captures the humorous creative vision of Kentucky artist, Richard Kolb. Each creation is hammered, sculpted and welded by hand, utilizing all types of recycled parts, such as bike chains for tails, oil cans for bodies or colorful marbles for eyes. No two are exactly alike…
Product Reviews - Information and Reviews
At the CES in Las Vegas this year, we were introduced to showerheads that told us how long to take a shower (this helps save money on the water bill), what type of mood we were in, and we even had mirrors that could talk to us. Another neat gadget that was introduced this year …
This is a hand made representation of a Chopper motorcycle executed with salvaged electronic components. It is completely made out of electronic parts that are considered scrap. Not a single part used is new, all are salvaged from all sorts of hardware sources. Composition description: - Led light Bulb - PC power supply - PC motherboard - Old Wifi Router - CRT TV This is a unique piece, it cannot be replicated due to the nature of the materials used.