I’m not sure what it is with the human fascination of watching things be destroyed, but I also enjoy it. I especially enjoyed watching this Rubik’s Cube melt and burn when a red hot nickel ball was placed on top.
Nickel carving goes way back. It has been an American tradition ever the Great Depression, when some homeless people carved designs into nickels, selling them for more than five cents. That is why they are called “hobo nickels.”
While some of us love the clean minimal design of our iPhones, I’m sure some of you guys would prefer to give your gadgets a little more personal flair. If you’re looking for something a bit out of the ordinary, these metal gadget skins might do the trick.