Find of the Week: Soundwaves Printed in Clay

3D printers may not be such a novelty anymore, but that takes nothing away from their creative potential. Even given that, our find of the week is still truly extraordinary: soundwaves made visible. With the help of a clay printer, vibrations are transformed into solid works of art in clay that hold visual appeal for more than just music lovers.

The project is the brainchild of Broekhoven Soundshapelab, which produces musical clay objects with ‘Solid Vibrations’. Modulations on the surface of all objects are made possible by vibrations, and these unique artworks really are out something you won’t see every day. Watch the video at the link to see exactly how they are made, and remember:

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