All Wooden iPhone is Fully Recyclable, Though Reception Questionable

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Now here’s a cute item for the eco-conscious among us. Designers Kyle Bean and Thomas Forsyth have created an all-wooden iPhone for the cover of Computer Arts magazine. Using a carved wood frame and lego-like blocks for the icons, the homescreen is fully customizable and tastefully done in a two-tone finish.

The app icons aren’t identical to the ones on real iPhone, but we can forgive some artistic license in this case. Unfortunately this isn’t a product available for sale but rather a model created for the magazine cover. Perhaps the designers can be convinced to make up a few dozen for special order or sale on Etsy?

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[via TUAW]

  • Jordan Clay

    we can forgive some ** Corrections

  • Adam Rosen

    Oops, missed that one.   Typo fixed, thanks for the correction.

  • AdamA

    How do you know it’s an iPhone (small “home button”, volume buttons on “wrong” side, no mute switch at all…)?
    It may be one of Samsung family as well ;-) (but it’s pretty nice anyway)

  • baby_Twitty

    There are missing the Siri icon.

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Adam RosenAdam Rosen is an Apple certified IT consultant specializing in Macintosh systems new and old. He lives in Boston with two cats and too many possessions. In addition to membership in the Cult of Mac, Adam has written for Low End Mac and is curator of the Vintage Mac Museum. He also enjoys a good libation.

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