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Mondrian PC Case: Neo-Neo-Plasticism

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Written by Lambert Varias | May 28, 2012

Jeffrey Stephenson’s latest computer is a work of art based on a work of art. The Mondrian mini-ITX case is of course named after Reginald Mini-ITX Case, who invented the – wait. Wrong timeline. In this universe Stephenson appropriated the style of Dutch artist Piet Mondrian, known for his minimalist and abstract works.

mondrian pc case by jeffrey stephenson

Stephenson made the case out of wood and hand-cut acrylic tiles. The iconic pattern is interrupted on one side by the heatsink’s fins to make it easier to cool its guts. Speaking of which, the case hides a pretty modest computer, with an Intel Core i3 CPU, Intel 3000 HD integrated GPU, 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD.

Be at your best behavior and ponder the meaning of the Mondrian PC case on Stephenson’s website.

[via OhGizmo!]