Master & Dynamic are an audio brand that chooses to separate itself from the competition. They do this through design, sound, and their unique collaborations. The latest is with artist Scott Campbell. The Master & Dynamic MW60 and MH40 headphones are two of the company’s best headphones. Now you can give them to someone you love with the art of Scott Campbell. Like all of Master & Dynamic’s collaborations, this one has a story behind it.
Louisiana-born Scott Campbell is known as one of the most talented tattoo and fine artists in the world. He lives in L.A. and owns Saved Tattoo in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, whose client list includes New York’s art and design elite, fashion designers and a long roster of celebrities. He has also gained attention for his work in the visual arts, most notably his intricately carved sculptures made of U.S. currency, his graphite drawings and a series of watercolor paintings based on his experiences during a 6-week stay in a maximum security prison in Mexico City.
“Of course I’m a huge romantic. I love love and I believe in making love the utmost priority, and absolutely the smartest things I’ve ever done in my life were stupid things for love. Anytime I have told the rational side of me to take the backseat and handed the steering wheel to my instincts and passions, they’ve always steered me in the right direction,” said Scott Campbell.
Master & Dynamic’s founder and CEO Jonathan Levine had this to say about their work with Campbell:
“I have always thought Scott’s work was quite genius. When I met Scott in Hong Kong, I learned we shared a willingness to take risks in pursuit of our dreams, even if it means sometimes making mistakes. Through this collaboration, Scott can share his art more broadly with his fans, whether or not they are collectors of his fine art or tattoo enthusiasts.”
Master & Dynamic continue to bring some unique designs to their already stellar headphones and this collaboration is no exception. While the original colorways were very cool and I love my tan leather MW60’s…I can’t help but eyeball those black and white Scott Campbell versions!
Last Updated on January 24, 2018.