Chris Dimino, a designer from the School of Visual Arts in New York, has turned an old-fashioned Corona typewriter into a waffle iron to offer the ultimate geek breakfast.
Students were posed the problem of taking a useless typewriter and giving it a new life as part of a group exhibit.
Dimino's solution was to create the Corona-Matic, a waffle iron that makes keyboard shaped waffles.
Some of his other typewriter conversion designs included a fully functional vacuum cleaner, a table hockey game and an urn.
Designer turns typewriter into waffle iron
By Staff Writers on May 8, 2007 4:14PM