‘Binary Collection’: Recycled computer component furniture

Spending countless hours sifting through thrift stores, antique stores, abandoned warehouses and salvage yards, South Carolina-based artist Benjamin Rollins Caldwell has compiled a vast array of obsolete computer equipment and electronic components for ‘Binary Collection’.

Presented by industry gallery washinton DC & los angeles, the series of bespoke furniture pieces have been completely covered with a collage of motherboards, computer chips, LED screens and hard drive disks held in place by sheet metal screws.

‘Everything is 100% recycled from computers that have been reclaimed from schools and offices that are getting rid of their equipment,’ Rollins Caldwell explains to designboom.

To create the skeleton of each form, old PC towers have been riveted and bent together using the discarded metal.

Source | Desing Boom