The Superb Tech-Inspired Sculptures by Michal Sycz – Design You Trust

The Superb Tech-Inspired Sculptures by Michal Sycz


How do you turn old audio equipment into art? Michal Sycz, a Polish artist and graphic designer, knows the answer. He takes apart vintage audio devices from the 60s, 70s and 80s and transforms them into sculptures and installations. His work is a tribute to the past, but also a reflection on the changing nature of technology.

Michal’s artwork is not only a feast for the eyes, but also a challenge for the mind. He invites us to look at obsolete technology in a new way, to find beauty and meaning in what we usually throw away. He uses knobs, dials, circuit boards, speakers and other components to create stunning textures and shapes. His sculptures have a unique style that is both nostalgic and futuristic.

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