In The New York Times Magazine: Music Objects 2.0

Posted by Rob Walker on September 12, 2010
Posted Under: Consumed

Can the value of music reside in a lamp (or stickers, or a high-end sculpture)?

Merchandise is gaining momentum, and it’s not hard to imagine a time when a fan buys a sculpture, home décor item or other tangible good and gets the music as a kind of free soundtrack accompaniment.

Read the column in the September 12, 2010, New York Times Magazine, or here.

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