Art is well acquainted with filthy media. After all, Marcel Duchamp signed a urinal; Andy Warhol had his assistants pee on stuff; and then there's that gold poop pill thing, which, quite frankly, ugh. But now some students in Britain have gone ahead and made bioart out of the most covert, disgusting, disturbing thing out there: bacterial growth on cell phones.
JustDelete.me is a page full of links -- not ugly blue hyperlinks but links disguised as buttons. Each button represents an online service; anything from LinkedIn to Skype to Wikipedia.
We're lucky enough to live in a post-industrialized world, where we can pop down to the store to pick up a few groceries without thinking twice. But thanks in large part to the Internet, we can now marvel at all the intricate production processes that happen around the world every day.