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Submission + - Cool Futuristic CityScape Sculpted From Drill Bits (singularityhub.com)

kkleiner writes: Japanese artist Chu Enoki’s sculpture, RPM 1200, is a beautiful metallic cityscape made completely out of drill bits that looks like a glistening version of Blade Runner, or maybe even a 21st Century version of the Emerald City of Oz. Every spire is a drill bit that has been repurposed and polished. It’s a beautiful piece of art (and a stunning feat of recycling as well). Check photos of RPM 1200, including a close up shot where you can really see the grooves and shapes of the bits that went into its creation.
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Cool Futuristic CityScape Sculpted From Drill Bits

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