小工具成为Helvetica风格的混搭中的字母

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+$Graphic designer Vinicius Araújo has brought together his two loves of technology and活版印刷+$in his latest project+$36days Electronics+$, transforming the biggest gadget brands into Helvetica-styled letters.

+$The project, which Araújo started posting on his Behance page on 13 October, has given the Brazil-based designer a chance to really push his industrial design and motion graphics skills to the limit, all while having a bit of fun. And thanks to using the alphabet as the basis, there's been a structure in place to help him along.

+$Updates are still being published, but enough time has passed for us to now enjoy the whole alphabet with a technological Helvetica twist.

+$The 26 letters in the series capture the essence of famous technology brands by incorporating textures, logos and even buttons associated names including Motorola, Intel and Kodak.

+$Kicking off the series is a letter A decked out with the look and feel of an old Apple Mac. There's even a mouse plugged into the side of the letter to finish off the effect.

+$Explore a selection of our favourite Helvetica-inspired, technology powered letters from the 36days Electronics project by scrolling through the gallery below – just click the left or right arrows to see them all. And remember, you can see all 26 on+$Araújo's Behance project page

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The letter A gets an old school Apple treatment

+$The letter A gets an old school Apple treatment
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We love how squidgy this Beats headphone letter looks

+$We love how squidgy this Beats headphone letter looks
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Fire up the Intel jingle - it's the letter I

+$Fire up the Intel jingle - it's the letter I
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Say cheese! The letter K is appropriately dedicated to Kodak

+$Say cheese! The letter K is appropriately dedicated to Kodak
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Usability issues aside, this Motorola M looks amazing

+$Usability issues aside, this Motorola M looks amazing
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Not sure where we insert game cards, but this classic Nintendo Entertainment System letter is a lot of fun

+$Not sure where we insert game cards, but this classic Nintendo Entertainment System letter is a lot of fun
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Who else but Xerox deserves to be immortalised in the letter X?

+$Who else but Xerox deserves to be immortalised in the letter X?

+$The mathematically minded among you are probably wondering why the project is called 36days Electronics when the alphabet is a whole 10 letters short of the title.

+$Well, that's because Araújo isn't content with just turning the alphabet into hardware. He's also turning numbers into gadgets and gizmos, too. Currently the project is up to number 5 and has seen 3D digits become vending machines and coffee machines. Be sure to keep an eye on the project and catch how all the numbers turn out.

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