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Japanese Designer 3D Prints Famous Logos Into Items You Can Use At Home
By Mikelle Leow, 06 Aug 2018
Images by Taku Omura and featured with permission
These logo designs are so versatile, they double as household products. Designer Taku Omura, who owns oodesign studio in Japan, has reimagined popular brand logos beyond their one-note appearances to bring functionality to their forms.
In the series titled ‘trial and error’, Omura 3D-printed the shapes of famous brandings such that they’re more than just visual representations of their companies.
Here, adidas’ three stripes become a pen holder, the Adobe Acrobat logo turns into a clothes hanger, and the Bluetooth symbol is transformed into an avant garde bow tie.
Check out some creations from the cool ‘trial and error’ project and head over to Taku Omura’s website, Facebook and Twitter to enjoy more of his works.
[via Spoon & Tamago, images by Taku Omura and featured with permission]
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