Wednesday, March 3, 2010

iBelieve: Apple iPod Art in Chicago Museum

This following is taken directly from the following story: Apple iPod Art iBelieve in Museum.
"Apple products, like works of fine art, are no stranger to museums. This latest find is an unusual concept accessory for the original iPod shuffle, on display at the Art Institute of Chicago.  Great homage and spoof on the impact of Apple iPod on popular culture, iBelieve is a concept accessory made for the first generation white iPod shuffle. It’s an iPod lanyard with an upside down T iPod cap. This “divine accessory” snaps on the iPod shuffle, and turns the iPod into a hip technology icon in the shape of a crucifix."

3 comments:

David said...

Looks like you forgot to link to the story:
Apple iPod Art iBelieve in Museum

Excaliborn7 said...

correction made. i just added the link to this story in the body of the post. thx.

scott davidson said...

Beautiful banner at your site as well, I am reminded of some wall paintings by the Mexican artist, Diego Rivera, such as this one http://EN.WahooArt.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/BRUE-8BWNY4. You browse more murals of his at wahooart.com.