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Tag: Minimalist

Minimalist Videogame Map Prints: You Were Here, and Here, and Here…

Minimalist Videogame Map Prints: You Were Here, and Here, and Here…
I don’t know which videogame first featured a map of its world, but whoever did that started a wonderful tradition. The in-game map can be one of the most useful and beautiful parts of a game.

OwnFone Dials People, Not Numbers

OwnFone Dials People, Not Numbers
And I thought that John’s Phone was as dumb as dumbphones get. But now, a UK-based company has created OwnFone, a phone that doesn’t even have a number pad, just speed dials people that you set when you order the phone.
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Replay Arcade Machine Will Cost You More Than a Token

Replay Arcade Machine Will Cost You More Than a Token
Arcade machines are a part of a generation gone by. With arcade centers closing left and right, a lot of nostalgic gamers have taken to building or buying their own machine for home use. I’m sure many arcade fans would want to preserve the loud and garish old school look of the machines, but if you’re looking for something more subtle check out the Replay Arcade.

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.

Poketo! Icon Clock Tells the Time with No Frills

Poketo! Icon Clock Tells the Time with No Frills
In a world where even second graders are already multi-tasking, it’s really no wonder why people continue to invent and come with stuff with dual purposes. Take, for example, one of the most basic objects that you can find in your home: the clock.

Sliced Grandfather Clock: If You Need the Time But Don’t Have the Space

Sliced Grandfather Clock: If You Need the Time But Don’t Have the Space
Inject a sliver of style in your room with this “modern, minimalist take on your grandfather’s classic clock.” Designed by Rob Price for Kikkerland, the Sliced Grandfather Clock has a deep walnut satin finish, metal hands and a plexiglass cover.

John’s Phone: Anti-Smartphone

John’s Phone: Anti-Smartphone
There’s dumb phones, then there’s John’s Phone. Designed by John Doe Amsterdam, John’s Phone is barely more than a phone. Its screen only fits one line of characters. It doesn’t support text messaging, it certainly doesn’t have a camera, and it doesn’t even have a built-in clock.

Minimality: Abstract Mortal Kombat T-Shirt

Minimality: Abstract Mortal Kombat T-Shirt
Finish off your outfit with the Abstract Mortal Kombat tee by Infinite Continues: I can’t figure out who the black and brown block is supposed to be. Ah crap. This is going to keep me up all night.

Super Heroic Minimalism: Man + Noun = Superhero

Super Heroic Minimalism: Man + Noun = Superhero
Jonah Block aka biotwist has finally cracked the formula: Uhh, that last one doesn’t look right. Still makes for a good shirt though. Vote for it now on Threadless.

Tell Time on the Outer Limits With the Rim Clock

Tell Time on the Outer Limits With the Rim Clock
The Rim Clock turns all that you know about clocks inside out. Instead of staying put and pointing to numbers like the hands of other, more well-behaved clocks, the hands on the Rim Clock are actually protrusions that go around the outside and point to the wall.
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