Put it on, turn it up! – Artist and sound designer Alyce Santoro has released a range of sonic fabric neckties, in collaboration with fashion designer Julio Cesar. The ties are made of old cassette tape and can be played with a converted tape player.
Put it on, turn it up! – The textile is 50% cassette tape and 50% polyester thread. It is made in a family-run textile mill in New England on a 1940s Dobby loom
Put it on, turn it up! – Half beige and half gray, the 'sonic superhero dress' was the first garment Santoro made in 2003. It used 100 individual cassette tapes recorded with a range of sounds -- mix tapes, ocean surf, Laurie Anderson, Beethoven, The Beatles and her high school punk band
Put it on, turn it up! – In 2007, Santoro made a set of five sailboat sails inspired by Tibetan prayer flags and "tell-tales" (or wind indicators) which are often used on sailboats. Each color in the pattern represented a note in a musical score.
Put it on, turn it up! – Sonic fabric 'voidness dress,' a one-piece A-line dress with a patch of velvet (or 'voidness') on the front. The velvet is the only part of the garment which cannot emit sound.
Put it on, turn it up! – Alyce Santoro's sonic fabric shoulder bag. The bags are hand woven in Nepal
Put it on, turn it up! – The sonic fabric dress, designed and constructed by Koos Van Den Akker, the Dutch-born designer famed for inventing the 'Bill Cosby' sweater.