Colorado-based artist Ravi Zupa has an impressive knack for recycling typewriters into detailed sculptures of machine guns and assault rifles. He doesn't solder, weld, or glue these unique assemblages together. He only uses screws, nuts, pins and springs to create the 'weapons' in the same manner that the typewriter was held together. They don't actually fire, but feature realistic bullets made from pencil stubs and the pointy nibs of fountain pens. Can computer keyboards do this?
[h/t: The Denver Post]