Recycled Computer Parts Employed to Replicate Famous City Skylines

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Manhattan 3 620x413 Recycled Computer Parts Employed to Replicate Famous City Skylines

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Taking his passion for computer components further, Italian artist Franco Recchia creates incredible miniature city skylines. Whether depicting Fifth Avenue, Boston or a fantastic future metropolis, each of the tech sculptures envisioned by Recchia and found on Inhabitat consists of an incredible mix of circuits. According to the official press release from the latest exhibition, “Recchia seeks in his sculptures to bring dignity to the process of modern creation, to highlight how every product produced by human hands contains talent, imagination and great beauty, and ultimately stems from the vast reservoir of human experience of which we are all a part. His sculptures are indeed a testament to what is beautiful, elegant and functional in the modern object, and are a tribute to the aptitude and passion that are our inheritance.” Showcasing an incredible attention to details, the miniature city skylines are fun to observe. And we believe they will appeal to most of you computer enthusiasts out there!

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