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CD art and crafts Lizard in Madrid, Spain

Lizard in Madrid, Spain. CD art and crafts

CD art and crafts
Starting to slowly go out of fashion, CDs have become a material for creating various art objects. Now we can download a music directly on the phone or watch a movie that we would like to see on a flash drive. Memory is becoming much greater than the memory of disk. And if you have a few dozen CDs around the house, do not rush to throw them away, as they can live a second life. Just have a look at what your unwanted discs, thanks to the creativity of craftsmen turn into. From one-of-a-kind Christmas ornaments to glamorous plates and clocks. There are creative ideas and ways to recycle the pile of your old CDs. However, keep your head up and be careful – don’t cut CDRs, as the incredients are toxic.

Elvis Presley Don't be cruel. Images of iconic musicians of CD-drives

Elvis Presley Don’t be cruel. Images of iconic musicians of CD-drives

Italian artists, 29-year-old Mirco Pagano and 25-year-old Moreno De Turco are the authors of an unusual art project – they have created iconic images of singers and musicians, using CD-drives.
Remember the days when we had shelves full of CDs with music, movies, and back-ups of our more-important-than-life files? If you haven’t thrown them away yet, this list is for you!

Artist from Britain Bruce Monroe found a way to give a second life to outdated CDs. He uses them for decorating reservoirs: The giant leaves of the CDs look great on the surface of the water and look like lily pads.

CD art and crafts