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This article was published on August 25, 2011

    These musical vibrations create their own album cover art [Video]

    These musical vibrations create their own album cover art [Video]
    Courtney Boyd Myers
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    Courtney Boyd Myers

    Courtney Boyd Myers is the founder of audience.io, a transatlantic company designed to help New York and London based technology startups gr Courtney Boyd Myers is the founder of audience.io, a transatlantic company designed to help New York and London based technology startups grow internationally. Previously, she was the Features Editor and East Coast Editor of TNW covering New York City startups and digital innovation. She loves magnets + reading on a Kindle. You can follow her on Facebook, Twitter @CBM and .

    Every piece of the album art was created by the song itself. We might have help by pouring paint onto blasting speaker membranes and catching the paint spills on paper, we might have helped by playing the drums with paint splashing drumsticks, but the real artist was the sound. We were just the instruments.

    In a fun and creative art experiment, two musicians–Shipsi (keyboards/vocals) and Reynsi (drums/keyboards/vocals)– the guys behind Instrumenti, a musical project based in Riga, Latvia developed a very cool and creative way to make music album artwork by pouring paint onto blasting speaker membranes and catching the paint spills on paper.

    Check it out here: