Meet a Branded Computer Keyboard

Written by Amit Agarwal on May 9, 2011
brands keyboard keyboard closeup

Argentinian designer Ignacio Pilotto has created this branded computer keyboard that is like any other QWERTY layout but the alphabet keys have been replaced by logos of some of the most instantly recognizable brands in the world.

For instance, the key G is represented by the logo of Google while the YouTube logo takes the letter Y. Here are all the brands used in the keyboard in alphabetical order:

Adidas, Burger King, Coca Cola, Disney, eBay, Facebook, Google, HP, Intel, J&B, Kodak, Lacoste, McDonald’s, Nike, O2, Pepsi, Quaker, Rolling Stone, Shell, Twitter, Unilever, Virgin, WordPress, Xerox, YouTube and Zippo.

Ignacio created this keyboard a while back and, though a clever idea, you are unlikely to find it in stores ever because the brands obviously won’t be very happy about it.

Related: ABC Poster for Tech-savvy Kids

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