Experimental Audio-Visual Album Is Housed Inside Its Own Projector
Solid block of walnut transformed into a captivating musical experience.
New albums can often struggle to cut through the noise, but electronic musician and sound designer Benjamin Wynn’s (aka Deru) has come up with something truly unique. His latest album, 1979, comes packaged inside The Observe Box, a pico projector encased within a machine-crafted block of walnut, which provides the visuals to create a captivating audiovisual experience.
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