He’s baaaaaaack. Do you remember a few months back when Georg Dinkel created a ridiculously ornate iPad dock? Well now he’s one-upped himself with a nearly 4 foot tall Gothic Medieval skyscraper of an iPad speaker dock. Yes that’s an iPad dock, check out the iPad on the closeup:
Inside is a 2-way 25 watt speaker system in the bottom part, LED lighting, and a Lightning connector to plug in the iPad. This thing is made of polymer clay, wood, metal powders, metal leaf, acrylic stone, and a whole lot of creativity (and presumably time too). Here’s the backside.
There’s a bit more info on his website, along with a video interview with Georg (in German, so hopefully you speak it, otherwise you can just see the imagery). Amazing work. Can’t wait to see version 3.
Der junge Hegel und die Aufhebung des subjektiven Idealismus (Munchener philosophische Forschungen) (German Edition)