Cities made of broken technology

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7 Responses to “Cities made of broken technology”

  1. Anonymous says:

    for Lobster What?
    No picture of Detroit? ;)

    Yes there are but not at the Exposition.

    Go to Franco personal Site

    http://www.francorecchia.it/galleria.php

    Detroit sculpure are n. 34 and 35.
    Have Fun !

    Mister G.

  2. Ant says:

    Need bigger photos. :)

  3. retrac13 says:

    These cities remind me of a PES animation, previously on BB.

    Ah, here it is:

    http://boingboing.net/2010/01/25/stop-motion-battle-f.html

    And on a different note… I might be going out on a limb here… but I have an inkling that linlin88′s comment might be spam.

  4. nixiebunny says:

    Similar to the leapsecond guy’s RF connector chess set, but his is made out of working parts:

    http://leapsecond.com/pages/chess/

  5. ritmaxer says:

    It’s a very difficult call, but I’m forced to agree about llnlin88.

  6. Lobster says:

    What? No picture of Detroit? ;)

  7. MollyNYC says:

    Semi-related parenting/babysitting tip: If you’ve got an obsolete computer or what-have-you that nobody (including you) is interested in anymore, and a child you want to amuse for a while, give the kid a screwdriver and let him or her dismantle it.

    You will, of course, end up with a lot of pieces like those in Mr. Recchia’s sculptures.

    NB: [a] Give the kid a container (preferably with a lid) for the screws and small pieces; [b] Obviously, this isn’t for kids who still put stuff in their mouths; and [c] The kid should be clear that he or she is not allowed to dismantle your other computers.

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