Flash drives are nothing new. We all have them and they’ve become one of those inventions that we wonder what we ever did without. I use mine almost every day and have for years. We’ve all seen the creative flash drives. A lot of people have showcased their creativity by creating fun and colorful ones, but up until now, those have all seemed like gimmicks to me.
All that changed when I found out about this company in Korea and the flash drives they create. You’ve never seen anything like this before. I don’t know how to read the language and there is very little available about this on the internet, but from what I can gather, these are mini flash drives that are each hand painted to look like a particular food.
The detail, meticulous care and patience that goes into creating each one of these is mind blowing to me. As you see in the picture below, the artist uses a tiny scissors and tweezers to complete the design. These drives combine my two loves: Technology and art, and to me, it doesn’t get much more inspirational than this. I hope you enjoy these as much as I do. These drives can be purchased at http://shop.earlyadopter.co.kr. If you can read this website, let us know what it says.