This is the place for all related to art on pcb’s, intricately laid out circuits, or clever multidimensional board layouts.
there was this , I think a few years ago…very nice looking radio.
Tristan Perich: Noise Patterns
a work of art for sure
Will Schorre has some nice pcb art on his Lorre-Mill site:
here are some artworks from Jason Molfessis (1925-2009)
The leaflet pictures are from an exhibition held in Athens in 1996.
And of cause Gieskes HypnoToad
my kind of thread
Posted about it before elsewhere but here’s The Fort Processor, which we (Isn’tses) developed as part of Fort Process sound art festival. It’s based on the layout of Newhaven Fort where the event takes place, and it mangles external signals and/or generates light and touch controlled sounds. More info and PCB orders at http://isntses.co.uk/blog or you can buy a full kit from Thonk,
Come and build one with us at our workshops:
Exeter 18th May: https://www.facebook.com/events/2303226113291433/
London 1st June: https://sonicelectronicsfestival.org/fort-processor-workshop/
Cross posting these again from the pictures thread, since this is where they belong
with another one I did before as a test:
This thread wouldnt be complete without boldport:
Maybe stretching the PCB in this title, but still relevant I think, Mohit Bhoite:
While not quite PCB art, this is an amazing breadboard layout of an 8 bit computer by Ben Eater that I just had to share somewhere!
Great thread btw! I’ve been looking around for other PCB art for a little while now.
Here are some others I had saved.
learning about PCB manufacturing/assembly rn and as a printmaker I can’t help but notice the overlap in process. is there anyone working in-between these two ?
We made some Isn’tses blank panels Pleased with how they came out. So many possibilities with the different layers when you don’t actually have to make a functioning circuit Artwork by Lisa McKendrick