First love is never forgotten and my first iPhone was a 3GS. I wanted it for a long time and when I finally managed to have it in my hands, well I was struck by it. That’s why I’m particularly fond of this model which, thanks to Grid Studio Frame, I can now display as a framed heirloom in a modern artwork.
I recently refurbished my home office room and was delighted to have decorated it with this beautiful piece of furnishing.
Grid Studio Frame is a brand that selects the most important technological gadgets of the recent past such as the very first smartphones or the most iconic portable consoles. The goal is to give them a new life by transforming them into a work of art inside a frame that is the size of an A3 sheet (shorter for square-shaped compositions), all wrapped in a wooden frame. Each single component is disassembled and inserted into the composition which explains its functions, thus giving life to a unique and fascinating object to display in your office or living room.
In addition to the technical details, it is also possible to find a very brief description with the historical notes of the device or quotes from Steve Jobs.
In my model you can read this:
This phone is named “3GS” where “S” stood for Speed. It was released on June 19, 2009. Within the first weekend of its release, over one million (1,000,000) units were sold.
Below you can watch the video of my unboxing of the Gird 3GS. As you can already see from the packaging, the attention to detail is really high.