This is a totally awesome use of poor, old, nearly extinct cassette tapes, currently on display at the International Museum of Surgical Science.
The Cassette Tape Skeleton was made by Brian Dettmer who is already well known for transforming other media such as old books, maps and record albums into works of art.
Bring it on for CD's...
Implications - The obsession with human anatomy in all industries can be easily attributed to man's quest to discover himself and find meaning within his life. The remixing skeleton-like structures is a great way to make a human connection with a consumer (and a great way to draw attention to your business).
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Cassette Tape Skeletons
- By: CowbagJul 16, 2008 Updated: Mar 31 2011