Design Museum x State of the Obvious® Collection
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Mash Creative has designed new pieces for their branded State of the Obvious® collection exclusively for the Design Museum. The design of these products has been heavily influenced by the International Typographic Style from the 50’s and 60’s & shows an evolution from their original S/O/T/O collection. It has been designed to appeal to typography [...]
The design of these products has been heavily influenced by the International Typographic Style from the 50’s and 60’s & shows an evolution from their original S/O/T/O collection. It has been designed to appeal to typography and design lovers alike.
The exclusive Design Museum collection consists of iPhone 3 & 4 and iPad 1 & 2 GelaSkins, Staedtler Marker Pens, USB Sticks, Travel Card Wallets and Keyrings.
iPhone & iPad Skins
iPad & iPhone skins are still a relatively new product and there is currently very little choice available for consumers who want to buy a design or typography themed skin. Our iPad & iPhone skins are manufactured by GelaSkins of Canada.
Travel Card Wallets
These travel card wallets are both stylish and useful, featuring abstract typography on the front with London tube lines illustrated on the reverse.
1GB USB Sticks
USB sticks with 1GB of memory with feature white print on both sides. Mac and PC compatible.
Manufactured by Staedtler, these Lumocolor permanent marker pens will write on almost anything. Suitable for use on paper, card, CD/DVDs, overhead film and more, the blank ink has excellent smudge-proof and waterproof qualities.
These coin keyrings are made from black enameled, nickel-coated stainless steel. The coin can be easily removed for use in trolleys, lockers and more. The keyring features the S/O/T/O logo on one side with “This is my Trolley Coin Keyring” on the reverse.
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