Jeffrey Stephenson is well known for creating custom PCs using wood, although this time Jeffrey’s latest creations is a little different, as well as using a range of wood he has also used acrylic to create the Mondrian, a mini fanless PC inspired by the Dutch artists Piet Mondrian.
The Mondrian was created using birch plywood basswood and colored hand cut acrylic tiles and uses a fanless mini-ITX design, have a look at the photos below.
The case features an exposed heatsink on one side, and it also has an 80mm CPU fan which is attached to the other side of the heatsink and is design to act as a combination CPU and case fan.
The Mondrian is powered by an Intel Core i3-2105 processor, and also features Intel HD graphics, a 256GB SSD, 8GB of RAM and a 120w picoPSU, for the OS Jeffrey has installed Windows 8 Consumer Preview. You can find out more details and also see lots more photos of the Mondrian over at Jeffrey’s website.Filed Under: Design News, Hardware, Top News