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Cindy Strobach Helps Viewers See the Inside of Devices

 - Jun 18, 2014
References: cindystrobach & designboom
Cindy Strobach is an artist from London, who has made artwork out of an unusual source: electricity. According to DesignBoom Strobach, "wanted to visualize these intricate mechanisms in color, communicating a computerized object’s inside to the outside."

The result is an intriguing take on how electricity can generate such a beautiful piece of work, in a way that's never been done before. To achieve her effect, Strobach prints with electricity onto silk, which is a delicate yet handy material to use for what she is doing.

When it comes to artwork, many people think that this simply involves paint on a canvas, but Cindy Strobach shows here that it can be so much more than that, if only people think beyond conventional limits.

Photo Credits: designboom, cindystrobach