Bang & Olufsen is known for producing quality-sounding speakers while still retaining its alluring design. This rings true to the Bang & Olufsen Beosound Shape, which was first introduced in Milan Design Week in 2017, resembling art more than anything. Speaking of art, Bang & Olufsen will be collaborating with both the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) as well as David Lynch for an exciting new project.
The American painter, musician, actor, and filmmaker will be lending his craft to the Danish electronics company with a series of speakers that will be wrapped in two of his most signature paintings — “War Between the Shapes” from the 1970s as well as “Paris Suite’ lithographs from 2007.
Both artworks will be displayed on two B&O speakers, mainly the Beoplay M5 as well as the Beoplay P2. While the Beoplay M5 is a wireless speaker capable of providing music for the entire home, the Beoplay P2 is focused on being a portable wireless Bluetooth speaker. There will also be limited edition releases for the Beoplay Shape as well as the Beoplay A9, the latter will feature five hand-signed editions by David Lynch himself.
Both the Bang & Olufsen Beoplay M5 and P2 will be available at B&O stores as well as the MoMA Design Store and via B&O’s website. However, when it comes to the more limited-edition speakers, it will only be available exclusively at the MoMA Design Store. This is due to an immersive pop-up experience by Bang & Olufsen inspired by David Lynch films.
With this latest series of speakers with David Lynch artworks, it’s safe to say that each piece will be a great addition to any home that is looking to spruce things up. From its modern and contemporary design down to the playfulness of its abstract artwork, these speakers are sure to be a conversational piece in any home.