Electronic Component Sculptures

While doing a little research about a Popular Electronics article, I ran across some examples of electronic component art / sculpture. A Google image search on the topic yields hundreds of results, with most being duplicates. I always try to locate the original image so as to give proper credit to the designer, but more often that not the pictures are posted on websites without a reference. To avoid unfairly attracting attention from the creator's work, I always use thumbnails and provide hyperlinks to the websites where I found them, even if those websites are not the originals. My favorite electronic sculpture by far is "L.E.D. Zeppelin," primarily because of the cleverness of it, but also because Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven," released in 1971, has always been one of my favorite songs (as it was to a large portion of kids growing up in the 1970's - even non-druggies like myownself[sic]).

L.E.D. Zeppelin #1 Electronic Component Sculpture - RF Cafe

L.E.D. Zeppelin Electronic Component Sculpture

Honeywell Animals Electronic Component Sculptures - RF Cafe

Honeywell Animals Electronic Component Sculptures

Vacuum Tube Bumblebot - RF Cafe

Vacuum Tube Bumblebot, Gary Allen Weston

PCB Ladies' Shoes (Xact Studios) - RF cafe

PCB Ladies' Shoes, Xact Studios

L.E.D. Zeppelin #2 Electronic Component Sculpture - RF Cafe

L.E.D. Zeppelin Electronic Component Sculpture - RF Cafe

PCB Clock w/CD Dial - RF Cafe

PCB Clock w/CD Dial

Robot Electronic Component Sculpture - RF Cafe

Robot Electronic Component Sculpture

Circuit Board Nails - RF Cafe

Circuit Board Nails 

Rock Band Electronic Component Sculpture - RF Cafe

Rock Band Electronic Component Sculpture

Vacuum Tube Art - RF Cafe

Vacuum Tube Art

Chess Set for Tesla, by Paul Fryer - RF Cafe

Chess Set for Tesla, by Paul Fryer

Circuit Board Bug - RF Cafe

Circuit Board Bug, Xact Studios

Here are other pages with electronics art on them: Winged Insects from Electronics Components, Electronics Art, Engineering Artwork, Engineering , Math, and Science Graffiti, Engineering & Science Tattoos #1, Engineering & Science Tattoos #2, Electronic Component Sculptures

 

 

Posted April 13, 2018


These images have been chosen for their uniqueness. Subject matter ranges from historic events, to really cool phenomena in science and engineering, to relevant place, to ingenious contraptions, to interesting products (which now has its own dedicated Featured Product category).

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