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Marka27 Mini God Speakers Look Amazing

by Paul Strauss

These totally outrageous, limited edition speakers are the product of artist/designer Marka27’s imagination.

Marka27 Mini God Speakers

These dramatic Mini God Brazil speakers make a bold statement wherever you need a little sound. Looking like a mash-up between an ancient Mayan civilization and futuristic pop design sensibilities, these vinyl figures stand 16-inches tall and have a functional speaker built into their bellies. They plug into any music player via a built-in 1.5mm audio jack and are powered by a 9-volt battery.

Marka27 Mini God Speakers

The limited edition speakers are expected to be released by Toy Tokyo for sale at the upcoming SDCC (San Diego Comic-Con) this July.

[via Urban Retro Lifestyle]




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  1. […] en altavoces es este diseño tipo Totem, que se puede conectar a cualquier reproductor mp3 para escuchar música desde donde quieras. Están diseñadas por Marka 27, miden unos 40 centímetros y […]

  2. […] Mini God Brazil speakers von marka27 […]

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