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Pixelated Glasses Reference Retro Computer Graphics [Pics]

Pixelated Glasses Reference Retro Computer Graphics [Pics]
Design & Architecture

Dzmitry Samal's unique eyewear collections manufactured in France blend the digital and analog worlds.

Emma Hutchings
  • 19 june 2012

Paris-based designer Dzmitry Samal‘s selection of futuristic glasses feature a retro-style pixelated effect. Designed to reflect society’s fascination with an “information aesthetic,” they refer to our digital roots and “late 1980s computerized graphics and video games such as Tetris.”

The pixelated eyewear is available in a range of styles and colors, entirely manufactured in France. They feature an acetate frame and either transparent lenses or solar lenses from Christian Dalloz Sunoptics with 100% UV protection. Click through to see the retro designs:

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