// Flashkus USB disposable flash drive concept
Products by russian-based design studio art. lebedev often play with digital icons such as a hand or mouse cursor, the computer desktop file symbol or pixelated imagery, translating them into real products.
Though taking a bit of a detour, their latest design still deals with the digital and comes in the form of a disposable thumb drive called ‘flashkus’. Made from a cardboard stock material, the sticks come in sets of four, divided by perforations which make them easy to separate and use. the paper surface allows one to hand-write labels directly onto the drives, indicating what is stored on the key.
They come in 4GB, 8GB or 16GB storage capacities.
- Graphic Design
- Industrial Design