Behold, if you DARE, the Eco Woof; the sub-woofer that’s got the woofer power of a BEAR! But CHILL! There is no bear actually powering the “Eco-Woof,” only the power of glass domes. Where wood boxing would normally hold the raw beats exploded forth from the speakers, glass domes and downward facing blasters suffice. The wood grain is so very classy, wouldn’t you say? Oh, and there’s green in it, too!
From here it gets cryptic. As you may well know, many of the submissions and discoveries Yanko gets and makes are made by people who speak limited english. This is one of those times. So as an added attraction for this post, the details of the speakers are translated here in their original state:
extra from designer :
felt wooden, felt flexible, so i laced this 2.1 audio speaker system,
VINYL PRINT ON MOLD (GLOSS COAT
MOLD – FROM ECO FRIENDLY MARTERIAL : GANESHA (hollow not solid to preserve dome effect)
Wild, huh? Speakers made of our elephant deity friend Ganesha?
Tell me what you think!
*NOTE to the wise: I don’t believe the bear being reflected on the woofer is meant to be seen as a printed image, rather as a reflection of the power of the sound. So, that in mind, remember this year when you’re celebrating “Bear Week,” you need to celebrate with your very own Eco-Woof speaker system.
Designer: Andrew Mboyi