If you think you’ve seen it all in personalized jewelry, think again. Sakurako Shimizu’s laser-cut rings feature visual representations of recorded sounds.
For example, the pair of gold bands that lead off the gallery were made especially for an engaged couple. The waveform patterns that are etched into the ring are identical to the audio wavelengths that the couple recorded together.
The necklace in the fifth picture of the gallery is the audio waveform of a woman’s recorded giggle. And the dark brooch in the ninth gallery picture is of the word ‘wow,’ which is certainly an appropriate sentiment for Sakurako Shimizu’s audio waveform jewelry collection.
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