Goodbye Durability!: Cardboard Flashdrives

February 17, 2011

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Flashkus USB drives from Art Levedev Studios: they're made out of cardboard. Why the hell you'd make a flashdrive out of cardboard is beyond me, but maybe Mother Nature was really pushing for them as part of her anti-plastic campaign. GET OVER IT LADY -- MILK JUGS WILL NEVER DIE! Or decompose in a landfill. One thing's for sure though -- a cardboard flashdrive definitely isn't gonna survive a trip through the washing machine. And, unfortunately, same goes for a pocketful of Chuck E. Cheese tickets. GAAAAAAAH -- AND I WAS ONLY TEN SHORT OF A CHINESE FINGER TRAP!

Hit the jump for several more shots in case you're struggling with the idea of pressed wood.

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Official Site (currently only conceptual but knowing Art Lebedev they'll actually make that shit eventually)
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Flashkus Concept Saves Your Data and is Ready for Recycling [technabob]

Thanks to Julie, who made a flashdrive out of Jello but lost all her pictures from Spring Break when her little brother ate it. Should've used brussels sprouts, just sayin'.

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