By clashing technology and kitsch British artist Luke Twigger created an audio system that conjures up images of bespoke furniture and 1970's pottery, a perfect combination in my opinion. In his own words:
"I wanted to work in a way that was similar to the 17th C. porcelain factories, where they would add so much onto a vase, it’s basic, utilitarian purpose ceases and the object transcends original notions of function and its primary responsibility shifts to become even more purposeful, socially, demographically and aesthetically."
Find out more about Luke's work here.
Via Kitsune Noir