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Gridus Spreadsheet Barbecue Grid is Cruel and Unrelenting

by Lambert Varias
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The specialty of Art Lebedev’s design studio is in stylizing the mundane. But their idea for a grill is just plain cruel. Called Gridus, the barbecue grid copies the look of a spreadsheet, ensuring that the user’s mind will be thoroughly driven insane as the concepts of “vacation”, “relaxation” & “cookouts are fun” are shattered.

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Unless of course you love working, or you’re OC and desperate to find a way of positioning the food on a grill systematically. If so, I think you’ll have to make one yourself, because according to the studio’s website, the release date for the Gridus was last April 1. I guess you can beg Art Lebedev and his team to turn this prank into a real product. Or not.

[via CrunchGear]

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