This Artist Creates Inventions That Solve Problems That Don’t Exist
Matt Benedetto is a product designer from Burlington, Vermont. However, the products he designs aren’t really, how should we say it… useful. Matt is perfectly aware of the ridiculousness of his inventions and says he’s “on a quest to design products to help solve the most difficult problems in the world…that don’t really exist.”
“My collection on unnecessary inventions is filled with products that no one is asking for but I have taken it upon myself to bring these products to life,” says the designer.
Even if you think you’d find a use for some of Matt’s ‘inventions’, he assures that all of them are ‘completely and utterly unnecessary’. Check them out in the gallery below!
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The Front2Back Case™️ Quit only getting photos of your friends when you know you are looking good! The Front2Back Case combines two iPhone cases that perfect expose the cameras in each direction, so you can always have your second spare iPhone with you. Selfie away. #unnecessaryinventions Inspiration submitted by @magschemical
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