How to use sugru to  turn a salvaged clock into a Hacker Junk Creation. I found this working clock at the Goodwill. It had an empty area below the clock face with a glass cover. Being that I make art out of old computer parts and other recycled materials, I just knew I could fill it up with something. I work out of the Artisan's Asylum and Parts and Crafts in Somerville, MA. where I also lead workshops for children and adults.

Step 1: Assemble Parts

In addition to gears, belts and springs, printers are full of interesting plastic parts which I wanted to adhere along a thin wooden strip inside the clock. I spray painted some silver. The red stripped piece came from a really really old oscilloscope that was aprox. 3' x 4' in size! (see 1st pic). I did a black/white collage over the clock face and also painted the back piece in silver & gold stripes.

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