The Dentsu London Sound Sculptures Brings Color to Life

By: Amanda Chang - Published: Oct 2, 2010 • References: dentsulondon &
Fans of animated artwork are sure to enjoy this colourful display of the dancing Sound Sculptures put on by Dentsu London in collaboration with Linden Gledhill. Originating as a project for Canon’s PIXMA color printer range, the project can definitely be more defined as a fantastic work of art than a printer project.

The Sound Sculptures are composed of dancing droplets of paint that had been captured in intricate detail as they reacted to sound waves, vibrations and frequencies. Using a stretched balloon over a speaker, the droplets were able to react and erupt to the vibrations of the balloon.

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