Strangely enough, we’ve already featured two geeky examples of fossilized artwork. The first one featured robots, while the other one had rocky renditions of popular gadgets. Here’s a third from art and design studio Bughouse, featuring retro devices rendered in cement.
As you can see these pieces are much more detailed than Christopher Locke’s fossilized gadgets and are fit for display. Most of the gadgets depicted are still and film cameras, but there’s also the iconic Atari joystick for gamers.
Dig around Bughouse’ website to excavate the Future Fossils and bring them home. Prices range from $65-$495 (USD).