This Case Mod Takes 'Mod' Seriously

PC designer Jeffrey Stephenson, whose work we have featured before, is back with his latest creation. There are case mods, and then there are ultra-mod case mods. This mod, is, well, mod.

Have words lost all meaning for you yet? That's all right. You won't really need them to admire this sleek, svelte, 1960s-inspired PC.

Dutch painter Piet Mondrian began his famous black-grid paintings while living in Paris during the brief period between World War I and World War II. But the patterns inspired by his works were absolutely everywhere in the 1960s, particularly in fashion.

The Mondrian PC is painstakingly built from hand in wood, with acrylic tiles inlaid into the grid design. As for the PC half of this tabletop art, it is, as you would think, built for size and not necessarily for power. Stephenson lists the system specs:

Intel Core i3-2105 CPU Intel HD3000 Graphics Crucial 256GB M4 SSD 8GB Crucial DDR3 system memory 120W mini-box.com PicoPSU Scythe Kozuti CPU Heatsink/Fan Microsoft Windows 8 Consumer Preview

Given the blocky, modular way Windows 8 can look, somehow a Mondrian look seems entirely appropriate. Hit the gallery for a bunch more screenshots, or Stephenson's site for a huge set of photos showing off the (painstaking) construction process as well as the final product.

Mondrian [Slippery Skip - Jeffrey Stephenson]


Comments

    exactly ^
    young MODern? haha

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/d/d8/YoungModern.JPG

    Now if they were semi-transparent backlit tiles......

    Oh yeeehhh baybe!

    Yeah Dutch invention this style, I think it's called De Stijl?

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