Moscow based Art. Lebedev Studio has created a USB flash drive disguised as a safety pin. The design combines a simple safety pin with a 4GB computer memory stick to create a simple and functional way to keep tabs on your flash drive. Founded in 1995, Art. Lebedev Studio is a privately held company employing over 200 people. They offer advanced industrial, graphic, web, and interface design. In addition to the Moscow office Art. Lebedev Studio maintains another two offices in Kiev and New York.
The flash drive, dubbed Bulavkus, is the latest in a series of memory stick reinventions from Art. Lebedev Studio.
For finding Bulavkus in a flash, simply fasten to any fabric material and spare yourself frustration of digging through your pockets.