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Russian Artist Transforms a Recycled PC into a Living Room Fit For a Miniature Visitor
Posted By Helen Morgan On February 17, 2013 @ 11:00 am In Architecture | No Comments
An anonymous Russian artist recently transformed the shell of an old computer into a brilliant miniature replica of a living room – complete with an oriental rug, a lamp, and a comfy couch! Other accents include a minute copy of the New York Times and a little toy gumball machine set against the computer’s circuit boards, which resemble a sheet of patterned wallpaper. The micro room is a fantastically creative way of transforming something unwanted  into an imaginative and playful work of art.
Via Modding.Ru .
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