This Doodle speaker design gives the impression of a loudspeaker embedded in the cover. The image is of an exposed speaker cone, with its coil or dust cover at the centre and ridges around the edge that would enable the speaker to vibrate if it were real. The image gives the impression of being recessed into the surface of the Doodle speaker cover.
This design features the flag of Ethiopia of 1897 comprising horizontal bands of green, yellow and red with a dark Lion of Judah at the centre, wearing a crown and holding a cross. The old flag is close to the Rastafari movement that began in Jamaica and whose popularity owes much to the interest in reggae music.
The texture follows the contours of the speaker components as if it were painted onto the surface.