You probably can't tell that the Low-Fi Hi-Tech Headphones do not comprise any line-produced parts; what you see is a collection of components that come from an array of unusual sources. Designed by J.C. Karich, the audio accessory maintains a clean and contemporary look, despite its varied composition.
Bits of tape, wire and other materials have been bonded together with magnets and solder to form a surprisingly durable set of music listeners. These have been combined with a few 3D-printed parts to complete the product. The result not only looks good, but apparently it functions impressively well.
If you like these, the designer provides the printing files so that you can make your own Low-Fi Hi-Tech Headphones.
The Low-Fi Hi-Tech Headphones are Composed of Unconventional Parts
Amelia Roblin — April 11, 2013 — Art & Design
References: karich.cl & yankodesign