Old Apple Products Turned into Plant Pots

Parisian artist Christophe Guinet has salvaged a ton of old Apple products that have been thrown away and turned them into works of art.

As technological waste becomes a bigger and bigger problem, Christophe Guinet makes a statement by refurbishing old Apple product shells and turning them into pots for plants.

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