It is not too often where you see the combination of Logo Design and Industrial Design. They may both be parts of a whole, but they focus on totally different areas. Logos, on one hand, help a brand or company create a unforgettable visual identity. Industrial design however tends to help the more hands on problems that may be faced. Taku Omura, a Japanese designer, found a very creative way to combine the two by turning a companies logo into an off-the-wall, functional, 3D printed product. 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