Drawing inspiration from graffiti art from the street, Canadian designer Jason Roussel has developed low-cost audio devices that amplify the sound coming from a regular MP3 player through a 356 amplifier. Hailed as “audioBombs,” the recycled device employs a large can, which makes it an affordable and expendable tool for the user. Resembling a handmade bomb, the sound devices may appear slightly threatening to the urban environment, but they are meant to be strategically placed out of sight in order to emphasize the sounds emitted from them. Priced at about $12, the device presents a unique form of art for the activist and artists.
Via: Jason Roussel