Pic of the Day: A ‘Wastelandscape’ Made of 65,000 Discarded CDs


Now that most of us have traded them in for iPods and hard drives, what happens to all those CDs we’ve unceremoniously tossed? Artist Elise Morin and architect Clémence Eliard have given 65,000 of them new life in the 500-square-meter installation Wastelandscape, currently on view at Paris’s Centquatre museum. The mesmerizing, metallic hills were hand sewn together and will tour a number of spaces before ultimately being recycled.

See more photos and a video of the project at Designboom.