Designer David Velkamp came up with this clever eco-friendly and quite ridiculous computer concept called the LawnPC. Its design features natural cotton grass-like “blades” that are covered in printed solar cells. These solar cells provide about 60 watts per hour to the computer. The miniature lawn sits on top of the computer. Best of all, the solar cell blades are all biodegradable.
All I want to Know is can you run abelton, traktor or serato on it :)
Thursdays nights the Twisted Pepper becomes Mr Jones' house, honing in on a yet un-tagged musical style fusing together house/electro/bassline/Baltimore/Kuduro and all those other gritty urban genres in between. Mr Jones also teams up with a number of local collectives including the Crafty Beggars clique for a monthly art & photography expo, "We Got Your Fashion Right Here" which showcases the latest clobber by young Dublin designers, as well as the Analogue Magazine crew who host a nice selection of live bands & performances.
Home to Mr. Jones! Find it on Dublin's Abbey Street, next to the Acadamy and across from Arnotts!