Jeff Grady has taken unused iPods and turned them into pixel-resembling art pieces. Due to the shape of these devices, when laid out in a certain manner, they look like pixelated paintings, and it's only upon closer inspection that one can see the individual pieces of tech being used.
The works were done for Jeff Grady's exhibit titled 'Pixel Perfect,' which features a number of different designs, including one of the classic Mac logo, a heart, Pac-Man and even Mario. It's incredible what Grady is able to do with just a simple iPod and a few variations of color. His exhibit takes place on April 25, 2014 in San Francisco, but hopefully this won't be the last of tech-filled art from this designer.
Photo Credits: designboom, 111minnagallery
Jeff Grady Uses iPods to Create the 'Pixel Perfect' Exhibit
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