Artist Erik Jensen Turns Used Keyboards Into Famous Works of Art – Design You Trust

Artist Erik Jensen Turns Used Keyboards Into Famous Works of Art

Erik Jensen is an artist who creates unique upcycled art pieces made from the keys of computer keyboards that even the recycling companies cannot reuse. His art is not only awe-inspiring, it also benefits our environment.

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