35 TV Controller in a Russian Way

TV Controller in a Russian Way

Posted on October 8, 2007 by

TV Controller in a Russian Way

The most famous Russian design studio artlebedev.ru continues to present rather unexpected modifications of the ordinary things. For example, this TV remote controller has more buttons than channels in your TV-set. The creators say that using this device you can easily switch between 399 channels. So if you like to click much, you are welcome. But don’t lose yourself in TV reality.

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TV Controller in a Russian Way

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35 Responses to “TV Controller in a Russian Way”

  1. waw it is realy nice i want one to my 32 chanels B&O lol MX Hahahahahahaha just send one or i be happy fore that is realey different from all other i have see.

    I love it

    • Babushka says:

      I see that design house showed its ‘true colours’ so to speak with the button colours combination… totally gay.

  2. Dixieland says:

    Only problem is it takes 2 people to hold it.

  3. sashok says:

    i guess it’s kind of creative, but what’s the point really?

  4. Boris Abramov says:

    Looks like the design has overshadowed the rationale of the designer..

  5. John from Kansas says:

    Hard to lose that one.

  6. Escaper says:

    > Looks like the design has overshadowed the rationale of the designer..

    That’s the main problem of the artlebedev studio. “Design for the sake of design” should be their moto.

  7. zafarad says:

    But i have little problem,my TV size is just 4″ ! ! ! ! ! !

  8. D says:

    Anybody ever eat that candy that looks just like that. They were buttons on a piece of paper that look just like those buttons. Then you peel them off and eat them, but the paper always stuck to the candy, so I would just eat the whole thing, paper and all.

    • Dixieland says:


      Seen them but never eaten them.

      I used to have a friend who was German and always brought German food to work. One of the items was a cookie that was baked on what we(myself and other coworkers) assumed was paper. Only problem was the paper wouldn’t peel off so we just ate the cookie and paper. I chalked it up to additional fiber for the day.

      Multi-Cultural confusion…

    • John from Kansas says:

      Yes, it was called “penny candy”.

  9. Alex_AW says:

    With the device you don’t need to stand up to turn off your TV. Even if the remote runs out of batteries.

  10. Alex_AW says:

    With the device you don’t need to stand up to turn off your TV. Even if the remote has run out of batteries.

  11. Alex_AW says:

    You don’t need to stand up to turn off your TV with the remote. Even if it’s run out of batteries.

  12. Alex_AW says:

    Hey! Where’s my comment?

  13. Boris says:

    Oh no not more overpriced junk from Art Lebedev.

  14. Boris Abramov says:

    I am speechless..

  15. mad1982 says:

    OOOOOOOOO is this really eheheh look funny ?

  16. chaosgone says:

    I like it. It looks cool.

  17. yes says:

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  18. Texas1 says:


    Do girls write you songs and messages like this all the time too? If so, can you share you secrets?

  19. Dungeonbrownies says:

    very artsy.
    useless, as all you need is more hundred digit buttons, but still, artsy.

  20. anti-all says:

    Just one problem.. The remote is not russian. It’s american.

  21. spaceface says:


  22. Gurtek singh says:

    i wanna buy………

  23. Brenden says:

    Hello, I was researching the net and I ran into your blog. Keep up the great work.

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