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Mondrian PC Case: Neo-Neo-Plasticism

Mondrian PC Case: Neo-Neo-Plasticism
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.

Vasare Nar iPhone and iPad Cases: Geometry Wars

Vasare Nar iPhone and iPad Cases: Geometry Wars
As many of us will probably admit, I have multiple cases for my iPad and iPhone, because I like so many of the designs out there. While I don’t go for stuff that’s too off the wall, like those bunny ear cases that I’ve seen, these geometric cases for iPhones and covers for iPads by Vasare Nar are just distinctive enough for me.
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Super Angular Mario

Super Angular Mario
I’ve seen lots of different renditions of Mario over the years, but I can definitely say I’ve never seen him looking quite this extreme. Illustrator Nicola Felaco created this cool blocky version of Mario using a variety of diamonds, trapezoids, and triangles.

Futurama and the Simpsons Characters: 3 Pixels Each

Futurama and the Simpsons Characters: 3 Pixels Each
While I had to take off my glasses to be able to see the resemblance, once you see it it’s uncanny! It was definitely important to get the colors right on each of these 3 pixels, as that’s not a lot to be able to identify a character.

Abstract LED Wall Art Casts a Colorful Glow

Abstract LED Wall Art Casts a Colorful Glow
Electronic artist blinkybug has created this series of wall art pieces that use a set of loosely arranged LEDs to form some cool abstract works of art. The artist places LEDs and circuitry behind a translucent canvas to create a constantly-evolving display of abstract colored light.

LED Wristwatch Looks Cool, Impossible to Read

LED Wristwatch Looks Cool, Impossible to Read
TokyoFlash Japan can always be relied upon for the latest in funky digital timepieces, and the new JLr7 LED Abstract Watch is no exception. The JLr7 (which gets its name from the top row of LEDs on the watch) displays a series “L”-shaped LED (either in green or blue) segments which reveal the current time in a sufficiently difficult to read way that you’ll need to refer to the diagram below to have any hope of figuring out what time it is.
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