It’s LIQUID Competition: Wooden USB Stick by OOOMS | ITSLIQUID

It’s LIQUID Competition: Wooden USB Stick by OOOMS

Calls | June 11, 2012 |

It’s LIQUID Competition: Follow us and WIN two Wooden USB Stick by OOOMS

It’s LIQUID has teamed up with the design studio OOOMS to give away two “Wooden USB Stick“.

Congratulations to the winners! Irina Miminoshvili from Ukraine and Virginie Jourdain from Canada.
This competition is now closed.

USB sticks are always nice to have around when transferring files from computer to computer. These Wooden USB Sticks from OOOMS are made to stand out from their natural environment of computers and offices. The sticks are picked from the woods and are individually selected for their natural beauty, and then professionally handmade into unique and personal Wooden USB sticks.

Studio OOOMS is run by Guido Ooms and Karin van Lieshout. Guido Ooms (’74) graduated from the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2000. After working as a freelance designer at different companies he started his own studio. Next to running the studio he also teaches design at the School of Arts in Utrecht. Karin van Lieshout (’74) graduated from the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2001. She has a degree in teaching (BIK, professional artist in class) and worked in various design collectives before she joined forces with Guido.

As a team, they fuel one another’s creativity with wit and humour. Both designers have their own qualities, each contributing to a part of OOOMS. Guido’s enthousiasm and playful approach towards almost everything makes sure the that studio has enough new ideas coming in. Karin’s down-to-earth attitude makes sure that the good ideas become reality.

Only our followers on Twitter and Facebook will be the winners.

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