Brian Dettmer is a man. With a vision. A vision, possibly blurry, of a melted cassette tape skeleton. Brian reached for the stars, and while he didn't make it past tall buildings, he did manage to melt a bunch of cassettes into a skeleton. Congratulations Brian, it looks good. I'd love to have one of those propped up in the corner of my rumpus room. But I'd need for it to be animated. You know: wave his arms around, talk a little, that sort of thing. Oh, oh oh -- and have an 8-track brain and Walkman heart! Wow, how do I come up with this stuff? Haha, I don't -- it's all stolen.*
*From your mom's blog. OH SNAP!
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Skeleton made up of melted cassettes is creepily awesome [dvice]
Thanks Pat, now let's make one out of CD's!
'Ghost in the Machine' is a series of artwork by Flickr user iri5 that uses old cassette tapes (or film) to create the likenesses of famous musicians/actors. Pretty clever. Not as clever as jumping off the top of the apartment building with a parachute fashioned from a 13-ga... / Continue →
Some designers over at Transparent House have come up with a pretty clever way of recycling old cassette tapes. Not as clever as shooting them off your fence from the back porch, but still pretty clever. They're making lamps. That's right, lamps. You know, illumination devi... / Continue →
After yesterday's Plasticdragon, loyal Geekologie Reader Ashley wrote to inform me that he and his art group recently created a similar figure. Except, instead of a dragon, it's a dead-ass body!
This is a piece we did at Uni early this year and I just saw your feature artic... / Continue →