Jeremy Mayer's Recycled Creatures

By: Going Like Sixty - Published:   Updated: Jul 6 2011 • References: wired
Jeremy Mayer has created a typewriter freakazoid before and apparently, the recycled-tech-as-art bug has hit him again.

Mayer tears apart the typewriters and then reassembles them into sci-fi inspired models that try to be anatomically correct. He says he is a cross between Da Vinci (who loved drawing mechanical things) and the new sci-fi designers.

I think his work is better described more like Mythbusters meet Orange County Choppers.

Implications - The green revolution has been a powerful cultural force that has ingrained itself in the lives of a large cross-section of society. This group prizes reconceptualizing waste as a product with either artistic merit or functional value. Companies ought to be thinking about how they can turn their waste byproducts into objects with value. Stats for Reconstructing Tech as Art Trending: Older & Chilly
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