Logo Design and Industrial Design seldom overlap. They may be entities of the problem-solving gamut, but they target completely different areas. Logos help companies and brands establish a memorable visual identity, while industrial design helps people overcome more tangible problems. Japanese Designer Taku Omura found a strangely humorous overlap by bringing the forms associated with logo and branding design, and turning them into quirky, functional, 3D-printed products! Check out part 1 of the series here!
Designer: Taku Omura
McDonald’s Paper Clip & Photo Stand
PlayStation Card Holder
Toys “R” Us Bottle Opener
Nike Air Jordans Clothes Hanger
Twitter Citrus Peeler