The market today is flooded with disposable products to satisfy the eco-conscious. How would you like to see disposable thumb drives made out of cardboard? This is a concept that was introduced by Art Lebedev – a Russian design studio and designed by Lena Ehrlich and Alexei Lyapunov. This studio excels in transforming regular computer hardware file symbols and other related imagery, turn it into a novel concept and present it as a future possibility.
In this concept, you would get a cardboard leaflet containing four pieces of either 4/8/16 GB thumb drives with perforations. All you have to do is, tear from the perforations and write the name of the files and share it with others. Once their life span is complete, they can be disposed off without having to worry about the environment. It is safe for Mother Nature. This is just an idea at present, but such futuristic dreams do not seem to be improbable at all!