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Sound Waves Converted Into Screen-Printed Designs [Video]

Sound Waves Converted Into Screen-Printed Designs [Video]
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Experimental record company and team of designers collaborate to produce fashion merchandise.

Lara Piras
  • 7 august 2013

Graphic Design team Studio Hands has created merchandise for label Electric Deluxe by creating an application that turns an image into a string of numbers, which is then played into a room as Morse code. The code sounds are then re-converted back into a coordinate-based design enabling the designs of the shirts and bags to be sent via sound.

Watch the video below to see how they did it:

Studio Hands // Electric Deluxe

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