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Smashed Apple Products: An Exhibition of Destruction

Michael Tompert and Paul Fairchild create a gallery of thoroughly smashed and obliterated Apple products, from Macbooks to iPhones to iPads.


Fubiz just posted a gallery of thoroughly smashed and obliterated Apple products, from Macbooks to iPhones to iPads. A collaboration between Michael Tompert and the photographer Paul Fairchild, the gallery places the broken devices atop a white background that's been subtly marred by (potentially photoshopped) gun-shot splatter or soot.



It's worth noting that this collection is making its way around the internet the same week that Apple appears to have been punked by the Yes Men. Whether that signals something significant for the tech giant or merely adds insult to injury remains to be seen.

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