A celebration of my Nokia 8110 “Banana Phone”

A celebration of my Nokia 8110 “Banana Phone”

Over a year ago I decided I’d had enough of being tethered to an iPhone. I ditched it – recycled it to one of my daughters, and bought a Nokia 8110. It’s a design classic and a thing of beauty.

It has form and shape. There are curves and changing textures. It sits easily in the palm of my hand and it’s pretty good at making and receiving phone calls too.

The graphic is a homage to my favourite mobile phone.

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