Artist Repairs A Broken iPod With Spare Ribs Bones
Brazilian artist Paulo Goldstein chose to use spare ribs bones bought from eBay at US$10 to repair a broken iPod.
In his series ‘Repair Is Beautiful’, Goldstein has a collection of once-broken objects that have been fixed in the most mechanically ornate ways possible.
“It was interesting to combine such a primitive 'technology' with an 'almost disposable' one, clashing different worlds,” shared Goldstein—who is also famous for his figure works on films like ‘Frankenweenie’.
Goldstein has also repaired other objects like a chair and headphones; his project stems from an obsession with building intricate, often small, objects.
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[via Paulo Goldstein ]
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