Here’s a first: a waffle iron that makes tasty keyboard-shaped treats, that are ready for butter and syrup. No word yet on pricing and availability.

Designed by Chris Dimino as part of a group exhibit for the School of Visual Arts, the typewriter iron represents the best of reinvention: an obsolete product, minimally modified, is given a completely new function. It just wouldn’t be as fun (or as green) if the typewriter’s metal and plastic were melted down and turned into another forgettable appliance

[via TreeHuggerGizmodo]

Here’s a first: a waffle iron that makes tasty keyboard-shaped treats, that are ready for butter and syrup. No word yet on pricing and availability.

Designed by Chris Dimino as part of a group exhibit for the School of Visual Arts, the typewriter iron represents the best of reinvention: an obsolete product, minimally modified, is given a completely new function. It just wouldn’t be as fun (or as green) if the typewriter’s metal and plastic were melted down and turned into another forgettable appliance

[via TreeHuggerGizmodo]