Japanese designer Taku Omura takes inspiration from the shape and form of company logos and transforms them into functional 3D-printed objects. Named as “trial and error”, in this creative series, Taku uses 3D-printer to create miniature prototypes of these 3D Logos and gives them a new life. Adobe‚Äôs logo becomes a clothes hanger and the Playstation logo turns to a bookend. LV, twitter, Macdonald, there are many interesting creations listed below and if you want to see more, head over to Omura’s twitter page.

Adobe logo as clothes hanger
Creative 3D Printed Company Logos Transform Into Items For Everyday Usage

Wacoal logo as a tiny magazine rack
Creative 3D Printed Company Logos Transform Into Items For Everyday Usage

Playstation logo as bookends
Creative 3D Printed Company Logos Transform Into Items For Everyday Usage

Seino shipping company has a blurring kangaroo logo, which works perfectly as a comb
Creative 3D Printed Company Logos Transform Into Items For Everyday Usage

Arnold palmer logo as a spinning top
Creative 3D Printed Company Logos Transform Into Items For Everyday Usage

Twitter logo as orange Peeler
Creative 3D Printed Company Logos Transform Into Items For Everyday Usage

LV Logo as Nappkin Holder
Creative 3D Printed Company Logos Transform Into Items For Everyday Usage

Adidas logo as Pen holder
Creative 3D Printed Company Logos Transform Into Items For Everyday Usage

Nike Jumpman Logo as Hanger
Creative 3D Printed Company Logos Transform Into Items For Everyday Usage

Honda Logo as Bottle Opener
Creative 3D Printed Company Logos Transform Into Items For Everyday Usage

Macdonald Logo as Paper Cliper and Photo Holder
Creative 3D Printed Company Logos Transform Into Items For Everyday Usage

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