Hacked Pinball Machine Creates Random Printed Artworks [Pics]
Artist modifies the popular tabletop game to create chaotic patterns.
Artist Sam van Doorn created the STYN, which is essentially a pinball machine modified to become an unpredictable design tool. A large grid sheet is placed under the flippers and the balls are covered in ink used for lithography printing. As the user continues playing, the balls leave behind a random path to create a unique, chaotic artwork.