Monday, April 02, 2007

Now that the cordless generation is here

what do you do with all those old telephones you've got sitting in the garage?

This.

Baa.

12 comments:

mindy said...

That was definitely worth coffee sprayed over the monitor. Love it. Where do you find this stuff???

Barbara-Kay said...

Thanks for the chuckle! I would like to point out that in a power outage the cordless is useless, but the old-fashioned phone works. We kept one.

The office I used to work in kept one to plug in in case of power outage. One dinky little phone instead of our big multi-line beauties!

ccr in MA said...

Holy sheep. At first I thought they were knit, which would have been perfect, but on second look I think the body is made of phone cords, yes? Still amazing. Thanks for sharing! In the word of my word-verification "hhraf"! (Well, it sounds like it means something.)

Jennifer said...

That is awesome. Though I do wonder how they kept the cords from kinking up. Thanks for sharing.

Jean said...

Brilliant!

Sherry W said...

That is amazing!

anne marie in philly said...

sweeeeeeeeeeeet!

and a clever way to recycle.

baaaaaaa indeed...

Samina said...

I understand that art & the appreciation of art is highly subjective, but I think that some people have waaay too much time on their hands. Kinda neat, though!

Mel said...

How darling, and of course they look like merinos.

I particularly liked the video of Jeff Corwin nearly getting his arm ripped of by an elephant on their home page.

Anonymous said...

What a great recycling effort! Who thinks of these things? Amazing!

Wendy said...

Rock on!

Fredda said...

Ah, art... It is recycling at its creative best!