04.09.13 by Staff

“Poo Printer” by Fabrizio Lamoncha

poo printer by Fabrizio Lamoncha
Fabrizio Lamoncha’s “Poo Printer” is the best thing ever! It uses a group of caged male zebra finches to spell out letters from the Latin alphabet using their excrement. See more images and watch the time lapse below!

poo printer by Fabrizio Lamoncha

poo printer by Fabrizio Lamoncha

poo printer by Fabrizio Lamoncha

fabrizio lamoncha

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  • lyndseymanderson

    Next level: manipulate where the birds poo with different shape frames. Maybe in the shape of a bird so they are pooping themselves! :)

  • Mac Ingram

    As an idea it’s cool but i hate that people keeps birds in cages..

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