The biggest tech icons disassembled and placed on your wall.

The most classic and popular console of all time.

 

Launched in the 70’s, Atari had a couple of super addictive games like Pac-Man, Enduro, BreakOut, Pitfall and River Raid. Now they are all going to be hanged on your wall.

 

 

 

  1. ID Code: 1001T
  2. Art Type: Collage
  3. Category: Deconstructive Art
  4. Title: The Greatest of All
  5. Date: 2015
  6. Technique: Serigraphy on 3mm PVC mat
  7. Dimensions:  Hight 60cm | Width 108cm | Depth 8cm

 

Right, Left, Up, Punch.

 

Poor finger-blister virgins! They know nothing about real gaming. Now you will be able to remember that first blister on your finger every time you walk into your living room.

 

 
  1. Id Code: 1002T
  2. Art Type: Collage
  3. Category: Deconstructive Art
  4. Title: Keep Calm and Fire in The Hole
  5. Date: 2015
  6. Technique: Serigraphy on 3mm PVC mat
  7. Dimensions: Hight 59cm | Width 44cm | Depth 7cm

Up, Down, L2, Kick.

 

The strength, ability and devotion with which a person holds their device can only be compared to a cowboy holding on to a mad bull for 12 seconds. With one of these in hands the difference between reality and virtual reality impacted our lives. And since everything has to hang up its boots, why not hang up the control?

 

 

 

  1. Id Code: 1003T
  2. Art Type: Collage
  3. Category: Deconstructive Art
  4. Title: I Heard You Were a Player
  5. Date: 2015
  6. Technique: Serigraphy on 3mm PVC mat
  7. Dimensions: Hight 59cm | Width 44cm | Depth 7cm

The king of smartphone’s during its golden age.

 

Michael Jackson, VW Kombi, Festa no apê. Only a few things had such a success. iPhone 3 was one of them. The third version of this magnanimous product had practically no bugs and the web experience from a mobile perspective started to frighten the desktop industry.

 

 

 

  1. Id Code: 1004T
  2. Art Type: Collage
  3. Category: Deconstructive Art
  4. Title: Steve Who?
  5. Date: 2015
  6. Technique: Serigraphy on 3mm PVC mat
  7. Dimensions: Hight 48cm | Width 38cm | Depth 3,2cm

The inseparable friend of your afternoon indulgences. 

 

There are many bad games. There are less good games. There are few great games. And then, there is only Pac-Man. The classic of all classics, this yellow ball which ate dashes and ran away from ghosts, broke hearts everywhere it went. Now its back to stay, and its place could be your kitchen.

 

 

 

  1. Id Code: 1005T
  2. Art Type: Collage
  3. Category: Deconstructive Art
  4. Title: The 70's Gaming Experience
  5. Date: 2015
  6. Technique: Serigraphy on 3mm PVC mat
  7. Dimensions: Hight 48cm | Width 40cm | Depth 3cm

Rubber's poetry, combined with the beauty of the toggle, in harmony with a red button.

 

When Atari released a wired controller, which reproduced the arcade sensation from your sofa, the world went crazy. If you completely lose control when you see one of those in front of you. Those days are gone.

 

 

 

  1. Id Code: 1006T
  2. Art Type: Collage
  3. Category: Deconstructive Art
  4. Title: Mastering the Classics
  5. Date: 2015
  6. Technique: Serigraphy on 3mm PVC mat
  7. Dimensions: Hight 48cm | Width 40cm | Depth 10,5cm

The device that declared war to every magazine.

 

A mix of depression and euphoria, that is how Johannes Gutenberg found himself when facing this wonder from the tech world. From one side this device spread the writing even more, from the other side it buried the offset printing. At least the step was taken!

 

 

 

  1. Id Code: 1007T
  2. Art Type: Collage
  3. Category: Deconstructive Art
  4. Title: Read on The Reader
  5. Date: 2015
  6. Technique: Serigraphy on 3mm PVC mat
  7. Dimensions: Hight 79cm | Width 62,5cm | Depth 3cm

A living room invader, soon on walls near you.

 

Youre right, that was the first arcade game to be tamed into an Atari cassette. This phenomenon of the industry, differently from its competitors, was the first ever endless game produced. However, if you want one on your wall, you have a lot less time than that.

 

 

 

  1. Id Code: 1008T
  2. Art Type: Collage
  3. Category: Deconstructive Art
  4. Title: One Small Step For Man, One Giant Leap For Mankind
  5. Date: 2015
  6. Technique: Serigraphy on 3mm PVC mat
  7. Dimensions: Hight 48cm | Width 40cm | Depth 3cm

This changes everything. For the 4th time.

 

2010 hadn't even ended, and a technological starlet became the greatest companion for a Renoir or a Banksy. Reflecting about the consumption speed is our obligation and question what is dismissible is part of our condition. If it was water proof, or its owner wasn't so clumsy, someone would still be crushing candies on it today.

 

 

 

  1. Id Code: 1009T
  2. Art Type: Collage
  3. Category: Deconstructive Art
  4. Title: Water Damaged Device
  5. Date: 2015
  6. Technique: Serigraphy on 3mm PVC mat
  7. Dimensions: Hight 62,5cm | Width 49,5cm | Depth 3,5cm
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