The Rubik's Cube was invented in the 1970s, but its influence has bled into a number of areas of pop culture. Check out all the things that are on the market inspired by the world's most popular puzzle in the gallery above. From art and jewelry to housewares, food and fashion, there's no shortage of beautiful designs that mimic the familiar colorful mosaic of colored tiles.
Implications - With individuals being bombarded with new accessories and graphics daily, the attention span of most is limited. Taking a familiar childhood item and using it to influence other designs and products is a great way to gain recognition from customers trapped in their busy lives.