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Designer Turns Famous Logos into Usable Items

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3-D printers are all the rage right now (for good and bad reasons), and Japanese designer Taku Oomura has taken that technology and used it to create something truly unique.

Oomura prints logos of famous companies, and then he repurposes them, turning them into usable objects. His project is called “Trial and Error”, and it is very cool.

Take a look to see how some logos you’re familiar with can be used in different ways.

1. Adobe

2. Honda

3. Adidas

4. McDonald’s

5. Nike Air Jordan

6. Nike

7. Louis Vuitton

8. Bluetooth

9. Twitter

10. Toys “R” Us

11. Yahoo

12. Arnold Palmer

13. Playstation

14. Tokyo Metro

15. Mizuno