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Horse Sculpture Made Using Computer Keys

We have another awesome artwork made using keyboard keys--a beautiful sculpture this time! If you liked the rad keyboard portraits we shared some weeks ago, we're sure you're going to love this!

Have you seen what Australian artist Work By Night has done with discarded keys of keyboards and typewriters? Well, it seems that more and more creative minds are now finding that keyboard keys make interesting materials to work with. Take a look at this awesome horse sculpture made using recycled keyboard keys and resin by Babis Cloud:

The piece, called Hedonism(y) Trojaner, is based on the colossal Trojan horse from Greek mythology, paraded as a gift to the city of Troy but was actually designed to help an elite group of Greek warriors infiltrate the fortress. Interestingly, art enthusiasts point out how this artwork alludes to the “negative aspects of technology” such as computer viruses (as in the Trojan virus) and the “irrational dependence” of today’s tech-savvy generation on computers. You can

What do you think of this sculptural masterpiece using keyboard keys? Share your thoughts with us through a comment below!

All information and photos for this article were sourced from This is Colossal.

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