This is what your Mac keyboard will look like in 100 years

After the excavation, everybody attending the 2113 meeting of the World Anthropology Association discussed what they'd found. It was a century-old midden pit, full of Apple devices from the days before the company had gotten into biological devices and cloning kits.

Maico Akiba is an artist and illustrator in Japan who has created an entire series of sculptures called "100 Years Later." She seems to have a particular fondness for Apple products, which she turns into tiny forests of moss and weathered metal. See more of her work on her website.

This is what your Mac keyboard will look like in 100 years

This is what your Mac keyboard will look like in 100 years

I love that this mouse has a tiny tree growing out of it.

This is what your Mac keyboard will look like in 100 years

And here's an iPhone that still works after a whole century. Meanwhile this iPod already seems so out of date that this wear and tear looks just right.

This is what your Mac keyboard will look like in 100 years