Do people complain about your singing in the shower? I'd love to know how good the White Noise Shtorkus is at affecting the acoustics in one's bathroom. While it doesn't actually promise to muffle melodies, perhaps it can improve sound quality to make your tuneful output even more beautiful than you already believe it to be.
The pattern on the Art Lebedev bathroom accessory has been inspired by the look of television static with a mess of black and white specks. It's said that "the artwork on this shtorkus is best experienced when accompanied by running shower." Bringing tech-influenced modernity to the washroom, the White Noise Shtorkus shower curtain certainly has an aesthetic appeal. It might be optically busy, but it's neutral, and it would dampen the visual effect any outrageous design elements that surround it.