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Photography project uses well-worn Apple products to highlight the human side of technology

[2019-05-17 14:11:59]

For many of us, our iPhones and Apple Watches represent far more than tools used for work or entertainment. We share our lives with these devices, and the experiences and memories made with them are reflected in the scratches and fingerprints that accumulate on their cases. A new photography project by New York City-based artist Elvin Hu attempts to shine a light on the underrepresented human side of technology. The post Photography project uses well-worn Apple products to highlight the human side of technology appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Photography project uses well-worn Apple products to highlight the human side of technology


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