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Dentsu studio + photographer linden gledhill - series of paint sculptures using sound vibrations for Canon’s pixma ink printer brand

Rainbow colors ❖de l'arc-en-ciel❖❶Toni Kami  paint splash Ryan Taylor Photography flickr.com

I like this painting because it has a lot of colors splashing right up into the air. I also noticed that the painter used primary and secondary colors. I think the artist made the background black so that the colors will really stand out.

Martin Klimas puts paint on top of a speaker diaphragm and translates music into vivid action imagery. Rad.

Paul Hindemith, “Ludus Tonalis” by Martin Klimas, photography, 56 cm x I chose this image because it relates to fragments by how each section of the image is individually fragmented and the different colours that are created.

Dentsu: Paint Sound Sculptures

i would totally love to utilize this effect. perhaps paints swirling from an aerial view.

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Stunning Underwater Ink Photography Photographer Mark Mawson published these neat underwater ink photographs, part of a series entitled Aqueous Fluoreau.

Macro photo - Water Works | Markus Reugels

Drop by drop, photographer Markus Reugel experiments with all kinds of liquids, lighting, and color to capture these magnificent, abstract creations.

Fabian Oefner | Liquid Jewel

Photographer Fabian Oefner's latest project ‘Liquid Jewel’ colorfully captures popping painted balloons in mid-air.

Like a 3-D take on Jackson Pollock, this work begins with splatters of paint positioned over the diaphragm of a speaker. Then the volume is turned up and the vibration of the speaker sends the paint aloft. The resulting images are Klimas’s attempt to answer the question “What does music look like?”

Painting With Sound

Painting with sound, awesome! The artist Martin Klimas splattered paint in different colors over the diaphragm of a speaker. Then turning the volume up, the vibration of the speaker sent the paint aloft in patterns.

Dentsu studio + photographer linden gledhill - series of paint sculptures using   sound vibrations for Canon’s pixma ink printer brand

dentsu: paint sound sculptures

Dentsu studio + photographer linden gledhill - series of paint sculptures using sound vibrations for Canon’s pixma ink printer brand

Dentsu studio + photographer linden gledhill - series of paint sculptures using   sound vibrations for Canon’s pixma ink printer brand

dentsu: paint sound sculptures

dentsu: paint sound sculptures - amazing photography captures paint in the moment creating these wonderful colour sculptures

Is it visual art, audio art, a sculpture, a product, a machine? Byoungho Kim's works could be described as all of these. They are visually stunning, make sounds, have a sculptural quality and they are manufactured just like any other highly-engineered industrial products.

100 Colors Exhibition - Japan

'soft crash' aluminum sound sculpture by Kim Byoungho silver art creative beautiful ball balls sticks

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