Microsoft Hardware continues their revolution in mouse design with the Artist Series of Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500. Not content with just giving users form, function, and sleekness, they are now bringing artistic expression by 5 different renowned designers to your computer desk. Featuring BlueTrack Technology — the advanced tracking technology that works on virtually any surface — this mouse also includes a snap-in nano transceiver so it can easily remain plugged into the computer at all times, giving people portability and wireless freedom in a comfortable, compact mouse.
JUICE is giving away 1 design per week in the span of 5 weeks, starting from now. The first we’re offering you folks is Kenzo Minami’s interconnecting and accelerating biochemical design, a precise and angular motif that complements the form and function of the Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500. Born in Japan, Minami received a bachelor’s degree in product design from Parsons The New School for Design. Now residing in New York, he has produced work that’s been featured in publications such as The New York Times Magazine, Men’s Vogue, and Fashionize. He was also the first artist to be commissioned by Nike to paint a mural for the brand’s art project there in 2003. If that doesn’t put him on the pantheon of pop artists, consider this — in 2007 he was 1 of 4 artists chosen for the FAMOUS CARS + FAMOUS PEOPLE show, alongside greats like Andy Warhol, Robert Longo, and David Hockney.
Now you can win a piece of artwork from this acclaimed artist just by answering this simple question;
Q: What is your favourite piece of pop art and why?
Send your answers in by Thursday 17 May 2012 along with your full name, IC and handphone number with the subject ‘Minami Wireless Mobile Mouse’ to email@example.com. Winners will be notified on Friday 18 May 2012.