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This Guy Transforms Popular Logos Into Items That Are Actually Usable

Published 10 months ago

A Japanese designer named Taku Omura came up with an idea to create practical items out of various well-known company logos. The project is called Trial and Error and the designer uses a 3D printer to create miniature prototypes.

The designer reimagines the logos as something you could use every day, like a Honda bottle opener or a Yahoo jewellery stand. Check out some of the designer’s interesting concepts in the gallery below!

More info: Website | Twitter | h/t

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