|DNA Double Helix Spiral Maille Bracelet|
The weave I used was the "inverted spiral," credited to Lorraine Menard. You can see the shape better in her sample projects here:
|Inverted spiral maille earrings by Lorraine Menard|
But first I need to pass Russian.
Anyway, in lieu of the usual #sciart Twitter links, I want to share just one story I saw on Facebook:
3D-Printed, Acoustically-Generated Ceramics
For the link-phobic, a laboratory in the Netherlands uses a combination of 3D-printing, ceramics, and acoustics to create vases and other goods that retain the physicality of sound—basically, the vibrations of the sound coming through the speakers vibrates the pottery-in-progress, and as a result creates patterns.
|Pieces from "Solid Vibration" at Studio Van Broekhoven|
The demo video only uses loud WUB WUB style dubstep bass; I would love to see one "created" by, say, Ride of the Valkyries. Or Misirlou. For more information on the process, check out Studio Van Broekhoven's official page for the "Solid Vibration" project.