Nokia Headset Comp Winners

I’m Flying headset design by Rodshakur, inspired by R Kelly’s track I Believe I Can Fly
Last year Wieden + Kennedy London launched the Nokia Music Almighty Headset Competition, which invited entrants to design a Nokia Bluetooth headset, inspired by their favourite piece of music. The winning designs have now all been made into fully functioning headsets, some of which are more wearable than others…


I’m Flying headset design by Rodshakur, inspired by R Kelly’s track I Believe I Can Fly

Last year Wieden + Kennedy London launched the Nokia Music Almighty Headset Competition, which invited entrants to design a Nokia Bluetooth headset, inspired by their favourite piece of music. The winning designs have now all been made into fully functioning headsets, some of which are more wearable than others…


Graveyard Shift headset by Johnny Lighthands, inspired by Michael Jackson’s Thriller

The competition, which followed on from W+K’s striking Nokia Music Almighty poster campaign, attracted almost 8,000 entries in just three months. The winning designs were chosen by a panel of judges including Dick Powell, Eddi Yip, Tej Chauhan and Felix Buxton (Basement Jaxx), and the headsets will be on display at the Nokia Regent Street Flagship store in London in April.


Free Willy headset by Maria Lecanda, inspired by Michael Jackson’s Will You Be There


Robot Rock headset by G Smith, inspired by Daft Punk track Robot Rock


CF Flex headset by Mr G, inspired by Rufige Kru track Dark Metal

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