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Sound Art

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Sound spectra for the letters of the alphabet.

A perfect gift for any linguist, speech pathologist, or word lover, this is unique piece is created from the waveforms of each individual letter being said. Try to read the image without mouthing the letters! DETAILS: Print - High Definition Polar White Matte Framed Print- Double Matted, Black Maple Frame Wrapped Canvas - 1.5" Gallery Wrapped Canvas Framed Wrapped Canvas - Set in Black Floating Frame Fast Shipping & 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

Explore Jennifer Cantwell's photos on Flickr. Jennifer Cantwell has uploaded 370 photos to Flickr.

Explore Jennifer Cantwell's photos on Flickr. Jennifer Cantwell has uploaded 331 photos to Flickr.

Music sound waves. Vibrations showing a sound, pattern of disturbance in black and white. Vector line art illustration on white background Stock Vector - 114771020

Picture of Music sound waves. Vibrations showing a sound, pattern of disturbance in black and white. Vector line art illustration on white background stock photo, images and stock photography. Image 114771020.

We need more hallways like this #lightpainting #ledart #lightshow

More digital light wand experimentation. Still haven't quite got the hang of it yet, had to tweak the white balance and exposure a teeny bit.

Sound waves Vectors, Photos and PSD files | Free Download

Download this Premium Vector about Music poster vector abstract background with dynamic sound waves, and discover more than 41 Million Professional Graphic Resources on Freepik. #freepik #vector #waveform #soundspectrum #voicewave

In his ongoing series of relief sculptures titled "Wallwave Vibrations," artist Loris Cecchini appears to liquify the walls of art galleries by turning them into pools of undulating waves caused by sound. Each piece is first digitally produced and then fabricated with polyester resin b

In his ongoing series of relief sculptures titled “Wallwave Vibrations,” artist Loris Cecchini appears to liquify the walls of art galleries by turning them into pools of undulating waves caused by sound. Each piece is first digitally produced and then fabricated with polyester resin before being seamlessly applied to a flat surface. He remarks about the pieces: In my most recent sculptures, the ‘Wallwave Vibrations’ series, one loses the element of the object proper. More

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