The Bomb USB Flash Drive

Posted by Ploi Malakul | January 4th, 2013 Share

The Bomb USB Flash DriveThe Bomb USB Flash Drive

The Bomb USB ($50) by Mexico City lifestyle designer Joel Escalona is a metaphoric and conceptual object designed to be shown on a desk or a work place not so much to carry around. It is a 4GB capacity flash drive, and is made completely of silicon. The Bomb USB is a flash drive and a toy, not an actual bomb. Where to buy? Flattr this

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