Nokia has unveiled the five winners of its competition to design Bluetooth headsets for mobile phones.
The Music Almighty contest asked entrants to submit designs for headsets on the proviso that they were inspired by popular songs.
Now, the company has announced the winners which will be made as one-off fully functional headsets.
Among those chosen were a design featuring a retro LCD display, which was inspired by dance act Daft Punk’s Robot Rock.
Just as attention-grabbing, meanwhile, is the R. Kelly I Believe I Can Fly design that takes the form of angel’s wings and two headsets which take inspiration from Michael Jackson songs.
The winners are set to go on display later this month at Nokia’s flagship store in London’s Regent Street.
Nokia received some 6,000 entries for the competition, which was judged by a panel that included Felix Bunton of Basement Jaxx and Dick Powell of product design consultancy Seymourpowell.
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