Designer Vanessa Redondo created an unorthodox series of porcelain USB drives. The designs are certainly not what most electronics users are accustomed to seeing in tech stores, and they are definitely not rendered for practicality.
She combined primitive, blocked porcelain shapes as well as tree branch forms as the over-sized caps for a number of the USB drives. The results are nothing less than bizarre, although still appealing.
The mere act of observing carbon fiber and porcelain functioning together is a novelty for many. For this reason it is also an appealing appearance for a USB that will surely attract a lot of attention.
Redondo's series are phenomenal for artistic home laptop users who work solely from home or offices and don't need to carry around their USB drives.
Primitive Porcelain USBs
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