USB Drives as Art Object

by Anna Blanch on July 20, 2010

William Morris would be so proud. Aesthetically pleasing and functional!

USB drives as object d’art.

Images: via Design Sponge
Anna M Blanch is founder of Goannatree, and a PhD candidate in the Institute of Theology, Imagination, and the Arts, University of St Andrews. When she’s not writing her doctoral thesis, or here, Anna also writes over at Transpositions.

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  • pbenjay

    Hi Anna,
    Sorry this isn't a direct comment about your post on USBs -makes a great post.
    Just wanted to let you know, you are in my blog:

    • Kailan

      I love these articles. How many words can a wordismth smith?

  • Goannatree

    pb, thanks for the heads up! It's sweet of you!

  • kendra

    These are cute! Love the cassette tape one!

  • @JulieDiazAsper

    love when ordinary product get turned into art. my favorite is the cassette tape so retro for a modern use .

  • Goannatree

    aren't they…in the best use of that word!

  • Goannatree

    seems like the cassette one is particularly popular! There is something particularly awesome about these…

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