100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)
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Ahhh, nice….. Haha. I’m a software developer. I design, develop, and maintain computer software. =]
It seems like every week I have the same conversation with myself.
"Raymond, why the hell do you feel the need to consistently sleep only 3 to 5 hours every work night?"
And then I tell myself.
"I didn’t do it on purpose. I’ll get it together. 6 hours a night is the target. I’ll get it done."
And then I think….
"Man, sleep is annoying as fuck. Why do we need so much of it? It’s no wonder I can’t force myself to get enough consistently. You just lay there for 6 to 8 hours doing nothing. Explain how that’s useful, evolution!! Must have been really solid for our ancestors. Having to worry about getting mauled while sleeping in their stick tent. Fuck no! Sarcasm! Not useful for survival!"