5dpi glasses inspired by Tetris spells retro classic


What we are today clearly accords to what some of us were yesterday. Every latest technology that we have today reminisces the ideas rooted in the design inventions created by technological stalwarts a couple of decades ago. Here’s one such design concept that refers for the late 1980’s computerized graphics and video games such as Tetris that our parents loved to play in their times. The 5dpi glasses endorse and glorify those digital roots that have inspired the advanced computer images, graphics and everything else that we use today. The acetate glasses are designed in classy shades of black, violet, green and blue. But I must tell you that the $270 glasses are going to make a huge hole in your pocket if you decide to buy them.


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