Your Wall Is Now a Speaker
Soundwall: Great art. Great music. Your wall.
Everything’s better with a soundtrack.
Filling your walls with amazing art and music: Soundwall, available now.
Soundwall creates “connected canvases.” Essentially, great artwork accompanied by songs, stories and corresponding sounds.
First, a note: these aren’t experimental works from your hippy-dippy local studio.
These are limited-edition and original pieces commissioned by Soundwall from the likes of rock poster god Frank Kozik, photog Spencer Tunick (he of group nudes fame) and highly-respected painters like Emily Burns and Claudio Souza Pinto.
It’s art so good, it sings. Literally.
Thanks to a built-in wireless transmitter, an app and a specially designed canvas to distribute sound, each (size-customizable) Soundwall canvas features its own soundtrack.
You can hear the story behind the painting. Pair it with music chosen by the artist.
Or … stream whatever you want (Spotify, Pandora, your own collection), turning your art into a hidden-wall speaker.
It even pairs with your Sonos.
To amplify their art/music connection, Soundwall just started selling a series of rock ’n’ roll-themed prints featuring portraits and corresponding musings from the likes of Bruce Springsteen and the Talking Heads.
Sounds like something to add to your wall.
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