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Digital artist Michael Tompert
If you ever wondered what would happen if you took a sledge hammer, a 9mm handgun or (while we're at it) a steam locomative, to a few of Apple's iconic products - well, we have the results.
The ensuing chaos was the brainchild of digital artist Michael Tompert and photographer Paul Fairchild - their '12LVE Destroyed Apple products project' even allows the curious to take a closer look at the carnage on the project's official website. And despite being hardcore tech-enthusiasts, we must admit that the destruction on display is strangely captivating...
Those with a nervous disposition or love for their iPhone, iPad and iPod should probably look away now - you have been warned.
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That is meant to be art?
All it is, is mindless destruction. It does not evoke an emotional response of any kind. The only thought I had was, what a waste of time. This guy got paid to do that? Hardly a taxing requirement. It would be nice to see some classical art, some classic paintings and statues that show beauty with colour. Something that can just be looked at and it evokes an emotional response, not this mindless dribble. It is becoming to common these days.
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