Nov.1, 2011

In memory of 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami in Japan, British artist Luke Jerram has made this beautiful “Tohoku Japanese Earthquake Sculpture”.

(Credits: Luke Jerram)

Jerram converted nine minutes of seismometer readings and employed a CAD program. Then it was 3D printed. The sculpture is 30cm x 20cm and it is on display at London's Jerwood Space during November 9 to December 11.

Source: Luke Jerram

More about Luke Jerram

Since 2008 Luke Jerram has been touring around the world for his project "Play me, I'm Yours". 

(Credits: Play me, I'm Yours)

Over 400 pianos have been setting up in public gardens, streets and squares of big cities in the world, like New York, Sydney, London.

The pianos are available for anybody to play and enjoy. Many pianos are docorated by artists. In 2012, the artwork will be presented in San Juan (Puerto Rico), Los Angeles in April and Salt Lake City and more.

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