This Pipe Organ is Made Entirely from Cans of Pringle Chips

By: Misel Saban - Apr 20, 2014
References: fallonyoursword & designboom
Pringle chips aren't just for eating. As Brooklyn design group 'Fall on Your Sword' shows, Pringle chip cans can alternatively be used to make musical instruments such as this fully operating pipe organ made from 250 tubes of Pringle chips.

'Fall on You Sword' creatively reuses the trademark tube-shaped Pringle chip cans to make a pipe organ that is entirely functional and can actually produce musical notes. The Pringles pipe organ is shaped like a conventional organ, and colorfully designed using red, yellow and green Pringle tubes. The organ is able to make sound through musical notes pre-recorded from the chips. Each can of chips is hollowed out, allowing the sounds to echo inside the tubes.

Approximately 250 tubes of Pringle chips were needed to create this one-of-a-kind pipe organ.

Photo Credits: designboom, fallonyoursword