Unique Artistic Sound Frames from Rebaroque
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Unique Artistic Sound Frames from Rebaroque

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Custom made “sound frames” from Rebaroque meet your needs for a stylish sound system that easily embellishes your home`s walls. Artists Rebecca Paul and Mikal Hameed created these artistic wall sound systems as a means of embodying sound into design. Each of the sound paintings has a wire that connects your portable music player or smart phone to the frames and helps you enjoy your favourite music with eye-catching style. Rebaroque`s mission is to gather history, design and music into one large entertaining product that allows customers to focus on both visual and auditory senses for an enchanting experience.

Made from wood, reclaimed vintage frames, pieces of fabric and old speakers, the sustainable design of these artistic “sound frames” recreate a world of design that incorporates more than one sense. The superior sound quality is given by one speaker that is completely new. Gorgeously creating music art, the artist duo worked on this project for months, but the final result is astonishing.

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3 comments

  • Copper October 17, 2010 at 13:49 PM Login to Reply →

    I don’t get it. It is neither good art or good sound system. You don’t paint audio speakers and expect to get good sound out of them. There are plenty of beautiful speaker systems on the market (many are pricey) if you are looking for an elegant sound system. As far as art is concerned, you can do much better than this. Imagine, painting speaker cones and surrounds?

  • ferry October 17, 2010 at 15:14 PM Login to Reply →

    Totally agree with Copper. This ain’t art, neither audio. And the images are photoshopped.

  • Bryan October 17, 2010 at 21:08 PM Login to Reply →

    No highs, no lows.

    Silly, really.