Cyber-recycling II

Wednesday, 9 December 2015


How's it going?

I keep on recycling, I keep on designing; my imagination flies high, I lack hands to disassemble electro-junk and assemble cyber-ooaks!

For this new release of cyber-recycled pieces I created a practical pocket mirror from a broken hard disk, a printed circuit and a pair of meters of copper wire:

CYCLE 2.0 // JrG15-05 pocket mirror -AVAILABLE-


The hard disk is protected by a soft translucent acrylic plate.
The hinged frontal cover (from the metallic structure that used to support the hard disk itself) is copper wire stitched to a printed circuit, and the small handle is made in multicolored wire from the cord of an useless optical mouse.


But as a leopard never changes its spots, in this post couldn't be missing an original piece of technological recycled costume jewelry:

CYCLE 2.0 // JrG15-04 bracelet -SOLD-

I turn the intrincated blue board of a small LCD screen into an industrial style bracelet made in black leather recycled from discards and an "easy to close" stainless steel clasp... and the rest is history!


What do you think about my CYCLE 2.0 project?
What do you think about creative recycling?
 

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