Taiwanese Artist Builds A Car From 25,000 Cell Phones

Posted by Todd Anderson on Monday, November 16, 2015 Under: Art
A Taiwanese artist has spent the past four months working on a life-size car made out of 25,000 cell phones. Lin Shih-Pao has spent four years travelling the world, collecting old and discarded mobile phones for the work of art. The installation took four years to complete. The phones are are glues and nailed around an internal wooden frame. The artist created the piece of modern art as a way of spreading environmental awareness and is a statement on the importance of recycling electronic waste.


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