Award-winning Japanese designer Taku Omura has reimagined iconic company logos with a twist – with the magic of 3D printing, they have found creative practical uses in everyday life. His ‘Trial and Error’ collection is the perfect addition to the designer household.
Omura realised that some of the world’s most famous logos are actually incredibly versatile, and can be turned into a lot more than just branding. 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.
While it’s unlikely these items will be made available for sale due to trademark issues, we can still marvel at Omura’s miniature-scale ingenuity.