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U.K. illustrator and art director Kyle Bean created these clever, charming maquettes of mobile handsets as Russian nesting dolls. It’s about the right time for a project like this, as with the apparent popularity of so-called “phablets” the theme of newer phones getting smaller may not work out so cleanly in the future.
More information at kylebean.co.uk.+