As technological waste increases, more creative uses for it are emerging like the cyber-sculptures created by french artist Remy Tassou.
These incredible pieces combine vast variety of shapes and colors from various pieces of technology. From cell phones to video cameras, this "cybertrash," as the artist calls them, are an eco-friendly solution to endless technological waste. The artist uses sorts of objects regardless of their size, uses or colors to produce these art pieces.
In addition to raising awareness of this form of trash, Tassou's sculptures honor the development of technology. He tries to prevent the thoughtless waste of these objects, and also sheds light on the importance of these devices.
Remy Tassou is a thoughtful artist who explores the possibilities and difficulties of various forms of technology.
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