Turning Memorable Sound Bites Into Works of Art
If public speaking is an art form, then presidential elections produce some masterpieces—from memorable speeches and powerful sound bites to well-timed digs in the debates.
But Bill Seaver and Nathan Moore, two innovators from Nashville, have taken this idea to the next level. Their new company, Epic Frequency, takes the aural high points in history and actually transforms them into visual showpieces for your home. - Continue reading at Smithsonian.com.
Photos by: Epic Frequency
Ed note: Chances are these audio clips won’t be turned into works of art. Check out the most annoying sounds in the world.
Love this. Top photo is “Ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country,” bottom left is “One small step.” I’m not sure about the others.