iPhone 6 Plus disassembled and turned into nostalgic Apple artwork by Grid Studio
Grid Studio specializes in creating must-have artwork for technology fans by carefully disassembling classic Apple devices, including the very first iPhone and first-generation Apple Watch, and turning them into incredible pieces of art which feature all the individual components of the original devices, all perfectly laid out and framed.
With a wide range of deconstructed devices to choose from, Grid Studio is known for their high-quality dissections of some of Apple’s most loved products, revealing the internals on a framed A3 size print which shows off each original component mapped out with labels, creating truly fascinating decorations for any Apple enthusiast’s home or office.
The Apple Post received the GRID® 6 Plus — Grid Studio’s disassembled iPhone 6 Plus frame — to take an in-depth look at the handcrafted piece, which features an original device laid out in all its glory on a white backdrop – showing everything from the 5.5-inch Retina HD display through to the device’s Space Gray chassis, the A8 chip, Lightning connector, main board, Touch ID Home button, and more.
Apple introduced the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in 2014, going on to become one of the best-selling iPhone models to date. The frame features a synopsis of the iPhone 6 series, as well as the device’s marketing slogan “Bigger than bigger” and features a Steve Jobs signature with one of his memorable quotes around the internals, that are laid out with the names of each component for all to see.
Available with $50 off for a limited time only, the disassembled iPhone 6 Plus frame is fascinating to look at, highlighting parts of the device that are never usually seen. Each time you walk past the frame, it is easy to find yourself getting up close and admiring each small detail of the device’s internals, which you can tell Grid Studio carefully placed and ensured were in perfect condition before gluing them to the frame.
As with all frames from Grid Studio, the GRID® 6 Plus comes wrapped in their luxe black gift paper with a ribbon, making it perfect to be sent as a gift. The shipping box itself is packaged perfectly, with protection in place to make sure the piece arrives safely and in pristine condition. Grid Studio even includes hooks to make it easy to wall-hang the artwork right out of the box.
This isn’t the first GRID Studio frame that The Apple Post has received. We have also taken an in-depth look at the GRID® 4 deconstructed iPhone 4 frame which, like the GRID® 6 Plus, is equally as well put together for a nostalgic step-back to the Steve Jobs days of Apple, again featuring the individual components of the original device with detailed mapping to label all the various internals.
GRID Studio offers a wide range of dissected technology frames beyond Apple’s product lineup, including grids for the super-retro Game Boy, Sony PSP, Google Pixel, and more. The studio also creates resin chip frames and collectable pin badge sets. You can find the full range online here