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Japanese designer converts famous logos to household items

The Japanese designer named Taku Omura worked modestly creating door handles, umbrellas and other office supplies. But Omura became known after starting to use well-known brand logos to create small objects intended for different uses. For example, the Nike emblem made on a 3D printer works great for opening envelopes; Adidas 3 bars are an excellent pen holder.

Today we're going to take a look at Omura's creative experiment and share with you his most curious works.

1. Twitter Orange Peeler

Japanese designer converts famous logos to household items
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2. Nike Mail Open Blade

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3. YouTube Cufflink

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4. Honda bottle opener

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5. Adidas Pen Holder

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6. McDonald's Clip and Support

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7. Support for small Yahoo!

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8. Bluetooth Tie

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9. Air Jordan hanger

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10. Mitsubishi Fan

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11. Other fan: Mercedes-Benz

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12. PlayStation Support

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13. Adobe hanger

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Which of these artifacts would you like to have at home?

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Iron Man

almost all i wanna hv @ my home😍😍

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Indian

Great .

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Tonu

nailed it

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