A German artist has built a horse that is completely made from the recycled buttons of computer keyboards.
The impressive sculpture is called Hedonsm(y) Trojaner, and is a nod to the Greek mythological horse as well as the Trojan computer virus. According to its creator, Babis Cloud, it is a commentary on the hedonistic susceptibility of contemporary culture. Deep stuff.
It looks pretty good on the surface too, as the horse has been meticulously designed using 18,000 different coloured keys. Even its tail is made from old computer cables.
We're not entirely sure why Cloud decided to put the horse on rockers, as it doesn't look like the kind of thing you'd sit on. A reference to the fickle desires of modern consumers perhaps, swaying from thing to the next?
Whatever his reasons, Hedonsm(y) Trojaner rocks our world.