The Yuri Suzuki 'Door Bell' Series Turns Abstract Objects into Door Chimes

By: Michael Hines - Published: Feb 23, 2011 • References: yurisuzuki & fastcodesign
If you've always thought that a graham cracker or a piece of paper would make a great door bell, the Yuri Suzuki 'Door Bell' series is for you. Electronic-musician/designer Yuri Suzuki recently led a workshop in which he invited participants to bring something that made an interesting or unique sound and then turn it into a door bell.

The results of the Yuri Suzuki 'Door Bell' series are odd, to say the least. A graham cracker is broken on command, and a piece of paper is repeatedly poked by pens. Check out the video to see the pen and paper door bell in action. Senor ding dong, your time is nigh. Stats for Fruity Door Bells Trending: Older & Chilly
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