Modern Fossils portray gadgets in stone

Christopher Lock’s Modern Fossils preserves the gadgets of yesteryear as extinct, long-lost creatures, fossilized to pique the curiosity of future generations. Cast in concrete, the specimens rang from the cassette tape (Latin name Asportatio acroamatis) to the guts of an iPod (Egosiliqua malusymphonicus) — my favorite because it actually looks a little like a real fossil. […]

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Christopher Lock’s Modern Fossils preserves the gadgets of yesteryear as extinct, long-lost creatures, fossilized to pique the curiosity of future generations. Cast in concrete, the specimens rang from the cassette tape (Latin name Asportatio acroamatis) to the guts of an iPod (Egosiliqua malusymphonicus) — my favorite because it actually looks a little like a real fossil.

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