Dell adds more color to Design Studio laptops with Threadless art

Dell refreshed its Design Studio laptops with 11 new designs,  each uniquely crafted by individual members of the Threadless community. The new images are directly  imprinted into the laptop lid and offers include – Stone Jungle by André da Silva Cruz, Daisy by Bryan Ische  and Grandma’s Hot Air Balloon by student artist Brent Schoepf.

Dell also promised to refresh regularly its Threadless Collection with newest selections from the Threadless community.  You can see the Dell Design Studio Artwork Images here.

“The Threadless community creates unique, critically-acclaimed original designs. By teaming with Threadless and offering exclusive designs through Design Studio, we enable students and families an exciting way to differentiate their Dell Mini or Studio laptop PCs,” said Rachna Bhasin, general manager, strategic partnerships and personalization. “We are also excited to enable passionate artists to share their inspiration.”

Dell Mini Threadless Grandmas Balloon

Threadless Daisy

Threadless Blooming

Dell studio 14 Threadless Stone Jungle

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