Master & Dynamic X Temi Coker

Master & Dynamic X Temi Coker

We are thrilled to partner with multidisciplinary graphic artist, photographer and designer Temi Coker on a limited-edition run of sound tools featuring one of his signature designs. The Nigerian-born artist, a Creative Resident Alumnus of Adobe, is known for composites that show diversity, color, and individuality. The collaboration between the artist and Master & Dynamic introduces two colorways of Coker’s digitally-produced Reaction-Diffusion artwork, Light Wave and Dark Wave, on MH40 Wireless Over-Ear Headphones and MW07 PLUS True Wireless Earphones, including custom patterned stainless steel charging cases for the earphones.

“It reminds me of how we react to music. It makes us feel a lot of things and has the power to turn a linear day or lifestyle into something much more fluid, artistic, and free,” Coker explains. 

Just in time for the season of giving, Master & Dynamic and Temi Coker are donating 100% of profits from the sales of the collection to the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, a non-profit chosen by the artist that organizes with Black, Brown, and low-income people to shift resources away from prisons and punishment, and towards opportunities that make communities safe, healthy, and strong. “We are grateful to Temi for introducing us to the Ella Baker Center and giving us the opportunity to work together to support the Center’s mission. During a very difficult time, it has been an absolute joy for our team to partner with Temi on this important project,” says Co-Founder, Vicki Gross. “He is a true inspiration.”

The MH40 Wireless Headphones are crafted from anodized aluminum, coated canvas, and lambskin leather. They feature Bluetooth 5.0 with a 30m/100ft connectivity range as well as 40mm Beryllium Drivers for brilliant sound. MW07 PLUS True Wireless Earphones are made from handcrafted acetate and housed in a matte stainless steel charging case that offers 3 additional charges for 40 hours total playtime. 10mm Beryllium drivers offer a rich, warm sound.

Click here to shop the collection, with 100% of the proceeds benefiting the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights.

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