TecoArt specialises in producing clocks made from recycled monitors. This uses an Apple G3 Clamshell and uses the screen as the dial. The desktop image can be customised.
BRC designs takes reuse to a new degree. The table structure is made from the metal from computer towers that are riveted together. The surface is covered by motherboards, computer chips, LED screens and hard drive disks. Even the glass for the table was salvaged.
A great new use for any old printer you have lying around in your office. Use the housing to store your bread. Also makes a great cable store.
Designer Belen Hermosa has made this modern, but probably uncomfortable chair from old CDs.
There are a couple of examples of circuit board covered cars and trucks. Probably built as an art project and not as an excuse to get out of washing the car.
This clock has been created from six recycled RAM chips, a hard drive platter and hard drive motor.
Steven Rodrig has upcycled circuit boards and other PC components into these wildly impractical and probably unwearable shoes.
This Crunching Numbers coffee table is custom-made and individually hand-crafted from retired Macintosh G3s. Up to 70 percent of reclaimed materials have been used in its tension-set design.
This wall clock has been recycled from a Mac G3 computer motherboard. It includes RAM and processor in the body of the clock. A used Mac mouse functions as the pendulum bob. The clockface is a DVD and keyboard keys show the hours.
A perpetual calendar made from keyboard keys. In the age of touch screens, these old clunky keyboards are becoming a hot retro item.
This Nintendo 64 controller has been converted into a desk mate and USB extension.
Made from circuit boards this small toilet is not, fortunately, a funtioning model. However there is nothing to stop you sticking PC hardware onto your own sanitary ware. You might need to find something other than hardware for a softer seat.