Brooklyn-based design studio REIFY has created a series of 3D-printed sound sculptures.
Using a variety of materials including plastic, bronze and coconut husks, REIFY turns everything from classical concertos and country hits into delicate honeycombed geometries.
When combined with REIFY’s augmented reality smartphone app, the sculptures sing their own original soundwaves back to the user.
Below are images of David Byrne’s ‘How Music Works’ and Wagner’s ‘Ride of the Valkyries’. [via The Creators Project]