'Japanese artist, Nabuaki Date, make ukuleles out of parts of soon to be demolished houses and buildings. The ukulele is then given to the owner of the house as a physical and acoustic embodiment of its memories and history.Link
'They are beautifully crafted and unique. If you follow the links to the flickr page you can find a few more that I have scanned in.'
Wednesday, October 12, 2005
Boing Boing: Ukuleles made from demolished buildings
Mark posted this over on BoingBoing, and it's one of the most imaginative uke ideas we've come across recently.