Because SOMEBODY had to do SOMETHING with all those unwanted AOL CDs, Australian artist Sean Avery decided to put them to good use creating little animal sculptures (custom ones available on his website for ~$320-$850). Good lookin', Sean. Some artists work in paint, some in clay, and others in light and music. Avery? Avery works in broken CDs. Me? I work in a cramped office with no windows and an officemate who brags about how nasty his gas is.
Hit the jump for more and a link to Sean's website WITH EVEN MORE THAN THAT.
Cool animal sculptures made from chopped up CDs [dvice]
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