Sounds Like, Ceramic Speakers Reinterpreted
by sabine7 / May 31, 2010


When Joey Roth released his ceramic speakers earlier this year, they immediately hit the charts with their good looks and strong sound. However, their smooth porcelain shells and natural birch stands screamed blank canvas to many, so Roth invited nine of his favorite artists and designers to modify the speakers as they saw fit.



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As well, the collaborators were able to work with musicians in order to create and produce tracks for the new versions of the speakers, to be played at the launch during New York's Design Week. Above, designer John Pomp's all-glass, hand blown speakers were playing music created entirely with glass objects.


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Stanley Ruiz


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Stanley Ruiz (detail)


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Matthew Waldman (of Nooka fame)


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Matthew Waldman


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David Lynch (yes, David Lynch the director)


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Sruli Recht


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Sruli Recht (detail)


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