Technically, the Sound Waveform Bracelet by the Sound Advice Project (also part of artist David Bizer's thesis) is intended for use by parents imparting advice to their teens about drug use. But the bracelet has such a cool concept — you record any message on the website, and the soundwaves from the words become the bead design on the bracelet — that it could be awesome for anyone.
Friendship bracelets that "say" how much they mean to you or bracelets for significant others that say a sweet love message — it would be a totally geeky way to impart some feeling to a piece of jewelry. And at just $18, you can afford to be free with your affections.
But should the design be reserved for teens, as it's intended? What do you think?