A man's clothes can say a lot about him -- bright suspenders suggest a playful side, while Wranglers suggest you probably shouldn't be playing anymore. For gear literally made from your speech, check out Trikoton
Originally conceived by its German founders while completing a similar art installation, Trikoton (translation: "The Voice Knitter") offers cotton garments woven with custom patterns based on submitted audio messages, creating clothes they say offer a more "personal and poetic attitude" (perfect for those who fancy themselves handsome sonnets of b*tches). Upload a minute of audio via a computer mic (your voice, music, yapping dog, etc), and an embedded Flash Player'll display a visual example of the design -- a binary code pattern to be woven once the frequencies're interpreted by a hacked knitting machine outfitted with a PC-connected microcontroller and "24 small engines", though they'll need one big one if they want to build a true crochet rocket. Avail in 8 base colors, current wearable canvases include v-neck sweaters rocking your pattern both outside and in; long sleeve crewneck tees and sweater vests where the pattern's made up of tiny holes; and a trio of scarves patterned in contrasting colors on either side, a colorful dichotomy that's perfect for bi-polar expeditions
For the next collection they're hoping to break out an even broader range of goods including jeans, a sleek option that'd have even a dedicated Wrangler man looking pretty Moss-ome.