Sound painting – get your own today

 
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7 Mar

2012

I have not been felling so excited like this for a while. Steady, I am talking here about the concept of sound painting. I know what you are thinking right now – “How does it work?”. Read on.

Right, the gear you need first – a camera with a flash, a loudspeaker unit, plastic sheeting, electrical tape, paint (ideally poster paint), and a laser trigger (if you happen to have one).

So what is it really? “captured images of specific moments when paint is propelled into the air by sonic vibrations.” <- that sounds good to me – literally.

The pictures below are the work of  Martin Kilmas, German born artist,  who spent some time to get the right shots, the moments that are truly moving. I am sure you will agree?

Hands on – head over to www.thecreatorproject.com blog where all the steps are break apart. But first have a look below and see what you could achieve.

What is really remarkable with this concept is what you actually get – A spontaneous and ephemere somewhat  abstract visual of whatever tune you have decided to blast out. Awesome.

Pictures and initial read from www.thecreatorproject.com

Miles Davis - "Bitches brew" by Martin Kilmas

Miles Davis - "Bitches brew" by Martin Kilmas

Kraftwerk - "Transistor" by Martin Kilmas

Kraftwerk - "Transistor" by Martin Kilmas

Author: Pierrick Senelaer

Founder of the Art-Pie site. I design and code websites and apps Monday to Friday from 9 to 5 and enjoy drawing, painting and visits to museums and galleries at night and weekends.

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