It might be a smashed iPod embedded in resin, but it still works!



God bless artists. If they’re not cutting cows in half or flogging unmade beds, they’re smashing iPods into bits and encasing them in resin without having a negative impact on the device’s ability to turn on.

Check the pics above, then click on the link below to see more images. The internals of the dock are embedded onto the bottom of the resin, allowing the iPod to be controlled and charged. The bubbles were apparently a happy accident. I want one.

iPod encased in resin

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