Taku Omura's 'Trial and Error' collection is the perfect addition to the designer household. Albeit the offerings do not necessarily reach the luxurious heights of Luis Vuitton homeware, their shape, form and usability are sure to delight the consumer.
The Japanese creative has created a collection of functional objects that borrow their design from famous logos -- from a pen holder that resembles adidas' three stripes to an orange peeler that references Twitter's bird. The designer household objects will, without a doubt, prove to be both amusing because of their cultural value and useful due to their thoughtful redesign.
For 'Trial and Error,' Taku Omura makes use of a 3D-printing technique and morphs the symbolic brand manifestations into functional gadgets and appliances for the home environment.
Useful Logo-Based Home Objects
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