Jonofon by Jon Helgi Holmgeirsson

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Jón Helgi Hólmgeirsson designed an acoustic vinyl record player that’s made from a paper cup and a horn made out of paper to amplify the music from the vinyl record. Jónófón is the designer’s way of stripping away all the complicated technologies that’s around us today and returning to the basics of how things work. The Jónófón comes in a flat pack and the user is supposed to have an understanding of the functions and put it together themselves from scratch.

 

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