'Felt Follows Form' Upcycles Old Computer Parts into Fuzzy Rings

By: Michael Hines - Published: Aug 6, 2010 • References: hanankedmi.blogspot & dezeen
Designer Hanan Kedmi has found another way to keep computer parts out of landfills with his 'Felt Follows Form' series. These rings are made out of felt and old aluminum heat sinks, which were originally used to cool computer parts that overheated.

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