Sound Recordings Turned into Jewellery June 11th, 2012
In a similar vein to our recent post about Meshu making jewellery from mapping out life travels, Berlin based designer David Bizer is taking sound recordings and making laser cut necklaces from the clips.
Aptly named ‘Waveforms’, the necklaces are made up of laser cut discs in the material of the customers selection (choices including acrylic, plywood and silver among others), which correspond to the wavelengths in whatever sound recording has been used.
Bizer invites his customers to send their sound clip to him, be it a recording of their own voice, their childs voice, or perhaps a favourite song, and he will create a unique piece of jewellery in return.
For those who wish to have a go a creating one of these necklaces themselves, he has also made a step by step guide on Instructables which shows you how.
Why not have a go yourself at making one of these through your personal factory?