Artwork Description: This is a one-of-a-kind assemblage art piece and is part of our Circuit Board Cityscape line of artworks. It utilizes scrap wood for it's back that has been painted with a brown texturized paint, and then old, obsolete, and/or scrap circuit boards to create a piece of artwork depicting a city skyline that is not only socially insightful about the world that we live in, but also ecologically friendly towards it . This piece also utilizes the disc platters from laptop hard drives to represent the moon. Each circuit board building is screwed into the wood back in order to create a piece that is as durable as it is beautiful. The piece is designed to sit on top of a tabletop, but mounting hardware can be attached to the back, for no additional fee, if you would prefer to have the ability to hang the piece on the wall.
Additionally this piece includes a LED lighting effect to further enhance it. These LED lights are battery powered and have three different modes including being steadily lit, a fading effect, and a blinking effect. Lights are also preprogrammed to a timer that leaves them on for six hours and then off for eighteen hours before turning them on again. Lights require 3 AA batteries to run, and item ships with a set of rechargeable batteries and charging base.
Despite it's small size this is still very much a conversation piece that will surely become both a favorite and a standout piece as part of any art collection.