Painting with sound, awesome! The artist Martin Klimas splattered paint in different colors over the diaphragm of a speaker. Then turning the volume up, the vibration of the speaker sent the paint aloft in patterns.
I like this painting because it has a lot of colors splashing right up into the air. I also noticed that the painter used primary and secondary colors. I think the artist made the background black so that the colors will really stand out.
The core of this project was to come up with different graphs that represent PANTONE solid coated spectrum. 1138 PANTONE colors codes were converted to RGB automatically in Adobe Illustrator. No colors were changed in the process.