Posted by marc December 04, 2015

Lyle Owerko, who is known for his use of stereos in his work (not to mention his famous 9/11 Time Magazine cover), teamed up with Pretty in Plastic to create some enormous boomboxes. These digitally-sculpted behemoths measure 42” wide by 30.5” tall by 9” deep. That's big. Check out the gallery below to get a better idea of how much eardrum-shattering noise these things could make if they were functional. Four color variations have been produced, each of which is limited to three editions. These sculptures can be viewed at both Art Miami and Casa Bacardi tonight and tomorrow.

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