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    • Trudy McDaniel

      ‘Sound Sculptures’ created by photographer Linden Gledhill. Using tiny drops of paint, a stereo speaker and high-speed macro photography, Linden captures absolutely stunning photos of the paint reacting to music being played.

    • Emma Woolley

      Canon Pixma Colour Sound Sculptures. The physical sound wave is captured in intricate detail. Canon amazing!

    • Victoria Smith

      sound waves make beautiful paint splatter

    • Ben Hancock

      Paint sound sculptures (high speed photography of paint beating to music on a speaker). Live art; beautiful

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