If you think kids get scared when Tumblr goes down or Instagram stops working, try haunting them with images of dead technology from decades past.
With its gallery of pumpkin-carving templates shaped like archaic electronics, the Tech Cemetery has given old fogies a new way to celebrate devices that costumed kids don’t even remember. What better way to pay tribute to the innovators who came before us than with some custom jack-o’-lantern?
The Tech Cemetery project is the brainchild of Image Conscious Studios, a branding and interactive design company in Boston, MA. Nostalgic tech enthusiasts can download the templates here, paste one on a hollowed-out pumpkin, and get to work. If you upload a picture of your creation to Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #TechCemetery, you might “win something awesome.”
— ICS Creative (@ICScreative) October 29, 2014
Images via techcemetary.com | Remix by Fernando Alfonso III