David Lynch stuck his art on special edition Bang & Olufsen speakers

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Bang & Olufsen loves limited editions of its speakers - Sotheby's, Kvadrat, Line Friends - you name it, they've collaborated on it.

Enter David Lynch, known for Mulholland Drive, Twin Peaks and the rest, but here he's asking you to consider his 70s and mid-00s prints for your next B&O wireless speaker. We owe him this much.

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Lynch has lent visual artwork and details from both his War Between The Shapes series and Paris Suite lithographs to the Beoplay A9 (below), $750 Beoplay M5 and the $200 portable Beoplay P2 speakers.

Elsewhere, B&O just announced the circular, Michael Anastassiades designed Beosound Edge at IFA, showing it off at London Design Festival, and in August, it announced that the Beosound 1 and 2 are getting built-in Google Assistant voice controls on top of AirPlay 2 and Chromecast built-in.

David Lynch stuck his art on special edition Bang & Olufsen speakers

The Bang & Olufsen x David Lynch Beoplay M5 and P2 will launch at a pop-up shop in MoMa, New York with a UK exclusive for Harrods in London before going on sale online and via Bang & Olufsen shops.

The Lynch printed A9 doesn't have a price but just five models are being made - these will be sold in MoMa's Design Store during the B&O pop-up.

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