Pinball Machine Desk

Tim Sway is an artist in Wallingford, Connecticut who specializes in taking old objects and turning them into useful pieces of furniture. Sway acquired a vintage Charlie's Angels pinball machine and turned it into a desk. He first removed the electrical components and cut a hole in one side. Then he added a drawer, a cabinet, and new sheet metal flashing. It's beautiful and classy! 


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Here's a time-lapse video showing how Sway built the desk.


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At first I was very disappointed to see a vintage, collectible pinball game chopped up, but, then. I read that it was in uneconomically poor condition to restore. I guess this still pays homage to the original.
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