Art

Once You Pop Art: Check Out An Organ And Chandelier Made Entirely With Pringles

Apr 16, 2014 3:00 pm

Chip art is taken to the next level here

Once you start building, you can’t stop. No, that’s not exactly the slogan of the ever-addictive Pringles crisps. But that’s exactly what Brooklyn collective Fall On Your Sword did during a recent competition that invited artists to share a sketch or photo inspired by unlimited access to Pringles crisps and cans.

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The chandelier is made from 150 Pringles chip casts and moves from the wind when the organ below it is played.

The Brooklyn artists created a series of works – including a fully functional pipe organ and a chandelier, made entirely with Pringles crisps and cans. The former is made with no fewer than 250 Pringles cans and combines recorded sound from the crisp cans themselves to emit a range of musical notes. Winners of the ongoing competition – the deadline to enter is this coming Friday – will receive an all-expense paid trip for two to Gawker’s Silent Disco on May 8 in Brooklyn. Check out the video below, in which the artists demonstrate how to use their new instrument.

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