Old is gold, or so the saying says. Now, a lot of that depends on just what you are referring to – old wine that has yet to be consumed, as well as other hard liquor, generally do get better with time, but things like consumer electronics would more or less wish that time stood still the moment they are released. This is simply because the sheer advancement in the field will see a better device already announced or in the works right after you deliver yours to the mass market. What are you do to with more and more unwanted tech devices? Why, you get yourself into a creative mojo and start cranking out pieces of artwork, that is what! Case in point, the aptly named Skull I which is made out using discarded typewriter parts, measuring 9” x 12” x 15” in size. The handiwork of Jeremy Mayer, it is certainly something to think about. Imagine how our children will live when we die (and start rotting away, leaving nothing but a skeleton), and do not have a decent place for them to live without being in some sort of nuclear fallout danger. Surely the skull is a poignant reminder of the bane of us all, death.
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