Bang & Olufsen x David Lynch
TwinPeaks legend David Lynch first brought his design talents into the spotlight back in 1997, when he designed furniture for his film Lost Highway, before going on to present a furniture collection at the prestigious Milan Furniture Fair. In recent years the director has lent his design prowess to audio tech, most notably with Bang & Olufsen. Artwork by David Lynch, his second collaboration with the Danish brand, comprises the highly portable Beoplay P2 (£175) and the more powerful, multi-room compatible Beoplay M5 (£700). Both speakers are embossed with select images from Lynch’s War Between the Shapes series of works, created on paper in the 1970s, and from the ‘Paris Suite’ lithographs created in 2007 at the fine art printing studio Idem in Paris. The speakers feature a laser engraving of the director’s signature, and are available in limited numbers only, so act now if you want to infuse your home’s interior design palette with audio tech with showstopper looks as well as sound, thanks to one of the world’s most innovative directors.
From £175, bang-olufsen.com/davidlynch