Gallery: Huawei Unveils Epic Pegasus Sculpture Made From 3,500 Smartpho...

 

Spotted by our friends at Treehugger, this epic Pegasus Sculpture, crafted by London’s Machine Shop from 3,500 Huawei smartphones stands nearly 19 feet tall and boasts a 16 foot wingspan. The mass of Ascend D Quad handsets rest on a frame made from over 650 yards of iron rods, and the whole piece took more than 720 man-hours to craft. Unfortunately, it misses the boat on being a legitimately cool piece of corporate art – read on to learn why.

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  1. zwerdlds March 1, 2012 at 1:21 am

    Not so! Most companies on refurbing a a genuine device re-apply their protective plastic. I can nearly guarantee that those phones don’t have batteries in them, at the least. Seems to me that just supergluing a bunch of smartphones together wouldn’t be sturdy enough for a statue anyways.

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