The follow images were sent to me by two different people this week. They illustrate the creative adaptation of objects once they’ve reached the end of their original useful life. In the first instance, the objects have been transformed into an interesting art exhibit. In the second instance, well, see for yourself. Coincidentally, both examples come from Germany.
From the London “Metro” paper…
The unusual urinals at a pub in Freiburg (apparently, an “eco-city”), south Germany, were put in by landlord Martin Hartmann.
“Most people see the funny side. But, we’ve had a few complaints from musicians. They are called ‘tenor horns,’ and will hopefully never again be used for their original purpose,” according to Hartmann.
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