The Soundmasters speakers either look like an upside down screaming head or a block of Swiss cheese. The former is much more imaginative than the latter, especially since the speaker would be the mouth and the air vents the eyes. That means that the Soundmasters speakers would actually be ‘screaming’ (also known as playing music) at its listeners.
Designed by Akhil Thampuran, a product designer based in Bangalore, India, the Soundmasters speakers rest on a tilt to give it a sunken existence. As a result, they are also given a fluid appearance. When paired with the screaming face design, the Soundmasters speakers are utterly captivating.
Thampuran writes, “[f]or me a designing is the process of selling emotions.” And yes, the Soundmasters speakers is indeed full of raw emotions.
The Soundmasters Speakers is Full of Raw Emotion
1. Emotive Speakers - The combination of unique design and raw emotions in the Soundmasters speakers could lead to a trend of creating speakers that appeal to consumers' emotions rather than just providing good sound quality.
2. Interactive Speakers - The 'screaming' design of the Soundmasters speakers could inspire a trend of creating interactive speakers that engage with users in a more unique and playful way.
3. Art-inspired Technology - The Soundmasters speakers could lead to a trend of fusing technology with art, resulting in products that not only look aesthetically pleasing but also serve a functional purpose.
1. Audio Technology - Audio technology companies can leverage the trend of emotive and interactive speakers to create new products that cater to consumers' desire for unique and engaging audio experiences.
2. Interior Design - Interior design companies could incorporate the art-inspired design trend of products like the Soundmasters speakers into their projects, creating a more cohesive and visually stunning space.
3. Consumer Electronics - Consumer electronics companies could explore the trend of fusing art with technology to create innovative and visually striking products that appeal to a wider range of consumers.