A Reuters report looks at the work of pop artist, dNASAb, who is building iPods into his art, a selection of hi-tech installations as exhibited at the SCOPE New York Art Fair.

The artist sees iPods as symbols of the fetishistic way in which modern consumers view their high-tech devices. He uses them as raw materials in his audio visual scupltures, Reuters reports.

The report also features a video which shows what the artist has been up to with his a/v sculptures.

You can find more information about the artist including a virtual online gallery of work – on his website, here.

(This is news, by the way.)