Richard Clarkson creates miniature floating clouds that hovers indoors while both playing your favorite music and lighting up in tune to the beat to replicate a storm (WHAT)?! The design, called Making Weather, is formed from polyester fibers which hide a Bluetooth speaker, LED lights, and a magnet. This magnet allows the form to float above the piece’s mirrored base in opposite polarity with another magnet, seeming to organically hover and sway to the music that is pumped through it. SO COOL!
Have you ever thought of an artist’s palette as a work of art? The Lodge Gallery in NYC will be featuring work created on palette's by over fifty artists from around the world (October 13th, 2016 – November 13th, 2016). Stunning!
Check out the collaboration work of Oliver Van Herpt and Ricky Van Broekhoven! Ricky specializes in sound design. His projects are often landscapes of noise that live briefly in the mind. To combine the temporal sound driven nature of his work with 3D Printing would let noisescapes become things. A moment in time, a song a sound, they can now become objects that encapsulate the moment forever. Vibrations turned into shapes by the 3D Printer. A specially constructed speaker rig mounted below the build platform produces very low sound.
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