Turkish industrial design
lecturer Mehmet Erkök has taken a few Nokia
handsets and morphed them into works of art by adding and removing bits of the original housing and keys to create new (and arguably better) handsets in the process. While we may not quite get the new aesthetic, we can appreciate the need to get under the hood of gadgets to see what makes them tick and then reassemble them with leftover beads, bits of colored plastic, and larger earpieces. If you can pick out what models these handsets may have once been, drop us a line; a before/after comparison would be fun to do.