Famous Logos Transformed Into Functional 3D-printed Items

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    Taku Omura is an award-winning designer from Japan. In 2009, he founded Oodesign, a successful design studio.

    Recently, Oomura recreated famous company logos into usable items using a 3D-printer. In a project called, “Trial and Error,” the designer takes from the world of brands and transformed them into 3D-printed objects with practical uses in our everyday life. From Adidas pen holder to Adobe clothes hanger, Oomura’s creative ideas are really amazing.

    Check out his creations below.