Monday, March 29, 2010

PCB Sculptures by Steven Rodrig

These days used electronic components such as PCBs having been becoming biggest threat to our environment, they are not only polluting our environment but also a threat for the natural habitat. So instead of just dumping them into landfills we should devise some other way to recycle them for better use.

So as a simple cure for that huge issue an artist Steven Rodrig has designed some artistic sculptures to fit them in our environment where there is literally no use of these used components. The sculptures that have been designed by Steve are all made up PCBs and no other material was used in their design.

All the sculptures looks very geeky and some of them look as if they are robots.





























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3 comments :

Anonymous said...

when i first saw the title, i wasn't sure whether they were sculptures made of Printed Circuit Boards or Polychlorinated Biphenyls...

Anonymous said...

I thought that too!! Some type of glue or bond had to be used!!

Anonymous said...

I went to the artist website at www.pcbcreations.com. emailed with Steven, he said he uses different knids of glue, solder and screws to put the stuf together, complex. He's making me a PCB book for $75.00, cool.