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Keyboard Qwerty Walls Home Improvement Recycled Electronic Waste

Keyboard Qwerty Walls Home Improvement Recycled Electronic Waste

Artist Sarah Frost creates found object and found form sculpture. Her Qwerty Sculptures consist of thousands (and thousands) of keys from old qwerty keyboards. It's a multifaceted ScrapHack, filled with any meaning you want it to be. Sarah's Qwerty work travels the world, and a permanent installation can be found @ The James hotel in NYC.

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denise blanchard
denise blanchard

Is this work at The James hotel in NY city??

Wali Wa via Facebook
Wali Wa via Facebook

Mince j’ai jeté tous mes vieux claviers! lol !

Ger Rus
Ger Rus

Imagine everybutton is functional and you had to press certain ones to open a secret door lololol

Victor Imyf

I had the same idea O_O
You know what they say: brilliant minds think alike :D

Erika O'Dogherty

Saul Moreno, a ti que te gustan los teclados qwerty, vamos a hacer una qwerty wall con todos los que tienes ahí arrumbados jejejeje

Andrea Aerdna

MIRA Guillermo! todas las paredes que podriamos haber decorado!!

Sona Dubna

love this…

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