For any of you who’ve ever looked at a circuit board before, you probably thought the same thing I did when I first saw one, it looks kinda like a little city. Well “Metropolitan Artist” Franco Recchia, has taken that one step further, taking old computer parts and making little, “Circuit Cities”.
His canvas & brush, is a collection of CPU’s, memory sticks, heat-sinks & motherboards. It’s easy to imagine that this is the scene we’d be greeted by if we were flying into a city of the future. Tall memory sticks act as sky-scrapers and motherboards are like strip malls. I’ll let you do your own imagining now;
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