There's a good chance that you have never seen a mobile phone quite like the one in Amid Moradganjeh's Project Rimino. Project Rimino is a touchscreen, e-paper device that displays information in the form of print posters.
Displaying each screen in a print poster may sound awkward and annoying, but it actually looks quite nice. The posters are tailored to fit whatever it is you're currently looking at. This makes even mundane apps, such as GPS and email, artistic and awesome. Perhaps the coolest feature of this device is its ability to bend, which is good seeing as how it could easily be sat on or squished in other ways due to its small size. You can check out this artsy phone in action in the video here.
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