Oct 16, 2012

by English Muse

It is no secret that I love cut work art. Cutting away the unwanted (the negative) and revealing an image (the positive) is a lovely marriage of sculpture and drawing.

I recently came across the work of Erika Iris Simmons, she makes several different kinds of composite art, and my favorites are her sheet music pieces.

I love the idea of taking music and sculpting it into an image.

Have a musical Tuesday,

Sarah from Design Flourishes


all images from Erika Iris Simmons flickr stream

Erika Iris Simmons website


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5 Responses to “Music to Image”

  1. Pauli Rocker says:

    It’s just mind-blowing! I love it! Thanks for sharing it (: xo

  2. Jo says:

    the time and the precision that must go into creating these pieces…a very steady hand, a wonderful imagination, and amazing vision (figuratively and literally). just beautiful!

  3. Katie says:

    Wow–incredible. I’d love to see the process of creating these pieces.

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