This Company Turns a Disassembled Smartphone Into Decor for Your Home

GRID is a company that has been selling framed electronic products for some time, and they all seem pretty cool. For Apple fans, they have pieces with the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, and the second-generation iPod touch.

“In this digital technology era today, some digital products will be brought back your memories. Although it symbolized the wisdom of great person and delegate the revolution of technologies, they are getting quiet and disappearing gradually.

We select the precious collection of marvellous article, unfold and restore in a collage frame,turn them into a tale of smart phone generation with value of art, the best choice for your collection permanently.”

More: GRID, Instagram h/t: 9to5mac

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