Painting with Sounds: Dentsu and Linden Gledhill

As part of a campaign for Canon’s Pixma Ink Printer, creative studio Dentsu collaborated with biochemist-turned-photographer Linden Gledhill to create paint sculptures using sound vibrations.  The process starts by wrapping a membrane around a small speaker, placing ink drops on the membrane, and turning the speaker on.  Once the sound vibrations begin the ink jumps up and down, and high-speed video cameras and still cameras captured the sculptures from a variety of angles.  The artists experimented with different sounds and frequencies to produce variation in the sculptures.  I think this is beautiful work.




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