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iPod gets exploded, trapped in resin

Joshua Topolsky
November 13, 2007
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Sure, your iPod is portable, lightweight, and easy to use -- but it's not exactly special is it? Perhaps you should be thieving a page from a young man named Billy Chasen, who has decided to rip apart his 4G player and encase it in a brick of translucent resin. Here's the best part: it still works. By also including the dock internals in the project, he's able to charge and control the exploded device. Practical? Not really, but that's art for you. Damien Hirst would be proud... or is suing.

[Thanks, Sam]



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