Canon Pixma Sound Sculptures


Photo Credit: Dentsu London

A visually-breathtaking project by Dentsu London, to promote the Canon Pixma printer brand.

The “sculptures” were created by placing paint on the top of a speaker covered by a thin membrane, and then playing sounds of various frequencies through it.  The ensuing explosion of colors was captured at 5400 fps, using a combination of a Canon 5D Mark II camera and a Canon EF 100mm Macro USM lens.

Link to Canon Pixma: Bringing colour to life on Vimeo.

Click here to see more pictures taken during the shoot.

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