"Back in the Day..." don't roll your eyes, this is pretty cool! A really creative artist disassembled a few manual typewriters to create these geeky masterpieces. The keys are on the arms and legs, the cover is the chest plate, and the, uh, thingies that put the image on the paper are part of the calves. Who knew that a typewriter had a pelvis? But no ribbons for the hair?
Implications - Eco-conscious consumers are constantly searching for green habits which they can adopt into their lifestyles to reduce their carbon footprints. These consumers appreciate products that are constructed out of recycled materials as they are eco-friendly. Companies should consider manufacturing products with this crucial quality if they wish to appeal to growing green demographics.
Recycled Typewriter As Art
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Robot Made From Old Parts
- By: Going Like SixtyNov 29, 2007 Updated: Jul 12 2011