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10 unique sculptures made using auto parts

 Gurung: Auto part sculpture Unique sculptures made of Auto parts The best alternative to reduce the waste parts that are mere burden on the earth is to recycle them. Recycling is good for the environment and is one of the best ways to protect it. There are many artists who have made efforts to save the environment and have created awesome sculptures from the trash auto parts. "Waste to wealth" turned creations are fabulous and are embedded with the green idea. Here we have a list of such beautiful creations made up of trash auto parts. 1. Motor cycleman Motorcycleman Sculpture made from recycled motorcycle parts The amazing motorcycleman or the Robo man was created by the designers at Robo Steel. This awesome sculpture of human is made from the waste motorcycle parts and it took around 750 hours to build it. This sculpture is almost two meters high and is standing aloof at the NEC Motorcycle show. 2. Recycled bull Recycled bull Sculpture carbon steel and rec

10 wooden gadgets to ensure sustainable computing

 Kaur Walia: wooden computer wooden computer for those who want different outlook for their Computer. There is a great need to blend technology with natural elements in modern times. Tech-savvy people are coming up with gadgets made from wood in this technology-driven world. They not only look cool but also protect the environment from damage. These gadgets are not like monotonous plastic boxes but they will make your space look even more graceful. Here is a list of ten wooden gadgets that will ensure sustainable computing. 1. Wooden Level Eleven PC Wooden Level Eleven PC Wooden Level Eleven PC gets inspiration from Thermaltake Level 10 chassis Thermaltake Level Eleven PC will make eyes pop and jaws drop till the floor because of its sheer exquisiteness. The handmade enclosure made from wood contains a fully functional PC. It features a 1.3 GHz VIA Nano CPU and VIA Pico ITX main board. The HDMI output of this masterpiece is a result of an onboard VX855 media processor. Woo