Deconstructing Product Design
The phantom shape of a cello remains. It looks like the meat has been eaten off the bone.
The shapes elude to an eternal melody.
What do I think of this product? Synthesized music has come a long way. However innovative this product appears, it still doesn’t have the beauty of voluptuous carved wood cello with its own built in sound chamber.
Feels unnatural, sounds like a bass guitar, and has long decay, other than that, its really sexy… like dating a dye-job blonde with false eye-lashes, nails, and … nice on your arm but you wouldn’t want to … go to a Vivaldi concerto with it/her … sshhhhh
Beautiful, elegant. You can immediately see what it is, and the empty space beautifully conveys that this is modern, electric, and makes a nice visual metaphor for it’s silent performance. The viewer literally fills in the gaps and knows what it is intuitively.
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