Old iMac elegantly fashioned with Oak and Bronze makes a stunning mod

Stephen Diebold is an artist and a designer from San Francisco who loves modding and designing. His latest product is an Oak iMac which has been modded from an old iMac of 2006. The beautiful modification of Apple’s iMac is worth appreciation but the work is still under progress. Designer has built a removable new case using oak and bronze. Both monitor and the keyboard have been modified into.

oak iMac

The outer covering of the monitor has been built from oak and the keyboard is modernized by oil rubbed bronze rings and oak, giving it a typewriter like feel. Bronze frame for the monitor is still being constructed. Keys of the keyboard have been laser etched and a bubble-like effect has been given to them by applying a drop of epoxy on each button. Some buttons are made to fit a nerdy theme like the caps lock button has a Mario etched over, the delete button is imprinted with a Kid Pix icon. In addition, a USB drive matching the theme of oak and bronze has been carved.

oak iMac

Details regarding the time taken or cost beared are not provided by Stephen but how does it matter when outcome of his art is so gorgeous.

oak iMac

oak iMac

oak iMac

oak iMac

Oak iMac USB flash drive

 

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