The Ali Difaez Seattle Skyline Was Created Using Old Computer Parts

By: Sarah Moore - Published: Jun 29, 2012 • References: & mashable
If you have ever wanted to own a little piece of real estate on America's West Coast but don't quite have the income to afford it, you can still live out that dream if you purchase the Ali Difaez Seattle Skyline. That is, if you don't mind that your purchase is compiled from old computer parts and is a miniature model of the city.

The architect involved with crafting the model-sized replica of Seattle up-cycled old circuit boards from outdated computers to reconstruct some of the major monuments in the city.

Old wires and machine parts were glued together to create the to-scale version of the urban center -- complete with the iconic Space Needle that stands just outside of the major metropolis.

The creation is available to Craigslist viewers for the cost of $99. Stats for Circuit Board Cityscapes Trending: Older & Chilly
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