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Sculptures

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05 Mar Fibenare – Paul Erdős Guitar

“Why are numbers beautiful? It’s like asking why is Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony
beautiful. If you don’t see why, someone can’t tell you. I know numbers are
beautiful. If they aren’t beautiful, nothing is.” — Paul Erdős

Paul Erdős Guitar for Paul Erdős’s 100th anniversary

Fibenare Guitars Co. &  Oliver Šin’s 2nd Collaboration

exhibited at NAMM 2014, Anaheim, California

 

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03 May Science Art | Holography On Boots With Dennis Gabor

Contemporary science art shoe.

acrylics on boots

“The best way to predict the future is to invent it.”

When talking about holography it is unlikely that the name of the Hungarian-British physicist Dennis Gabor isn’t mentioned sooner or later.

Born in 1900 as Günszberg Dénes into a Hungarian Jewish family he started his studies in Budapest at the Technical University of Budapest, and continued them in Berlin, Germany, where he became a Doctor of Engineering. During this time he was working with high voltage electric transmission lines, oscillographs and got drawn into electron optics.

At Hitler’s rise to power he left Germany for Britain, and worked on the improvement of electron microscopes at the British Thomson-Houston Company. Finding the solution for the electron microscopes’ fuzziness and sphericity meant nothing less than the invention of holography in 1947. However, it was only realised more than fifteen years later after the laser, the first coherent light beam, was invented.

And while had more than 100 patents, worked on physical optics, and television, he also addressed the social aspects of technology and science. He was worldwide acknowledged and won many prizes, e.g. the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1971. He died in 1979, at the age of 78.

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02 May Contemporary Painter | NAMM 2013 – Fibenare Guitars / Oliver Sin Collaboration

Contemporary painter + boutique guitar from the future…

I love music, to listen it, to play it and I think that guitar is one of the greatest tool to create it. Lately I had the opportunity to collaborate with the Fibenare Guitars Co., the most exclusive luthiers in the business, who let me to paint on a true gem. They also make the sexiest guitar ever, the Fibenare Erotic.

http://www.fibenare-guitars.com/category/products/unique/oliver-sin-collaboration/

http://www.fibenare-guitars.com

http://www.facebook.com/fibenare

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZAdi-EQsao

“Guitarist Tom Quayle delivers the soundtrack for our visit to the Fibenare guitars booth. Master Luthier Gabor Goldschmidt gives us a rundown on the history, philosophy and their recent collaboration with Hungarian Artist / Painter Oliver Sin.”

Guitar Connoisseur (Online Magazine about the best luthiers, guitars on the planet!)

http://www.guitarconnoisseur.com/

Guitar Planet:

http://www.guitar-planet.co.uk/fibenare-oliver-sin/

Creative Commons License
These works are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

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18 Jun Math Art | Evolution Of Stanislav Smirnov On Guitar

Rockstars and mathematicians are the same. They deserve fame, glory and electric guitars. Smirnov mostly plays in the genres of complex analysis, dynamical systems and probability theory.

math art | acrylics on guitar

 

Stanislav Smirnov is a Russian mathematician, mostly known of his percolation theory. Percolation theory describes the relation and behaviour of connected clusters in a random graph, a randomly generated abstract representation of vertices (a set of objects) with edges (links exist between some pairs of the objects). The theory’s name comes from its representative question, which is the following. Assuming that some liquid is poured on top of some porous material, will it be able to make its way from hole to hole and reach bottom? Another model for it is like this: if we immerse a porous stone into water what is the probability of the centre of the stone getting wet? The question was introduced by Broadbent & Hammersley in 1957.

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17 Jun Science Art | Quantum Theory On Boots With Max Planck

 

science art | acrylics on boots

Quantum mechanics is a descriptive branch of physics dealing with the atomic and subatomic world, giving explanation of the dual particle-like and wave-like behaviour of energy and matter. Max Planck, a German theoretical physicist, is considered father or the Quantum Theory. Planck (April 23, 1858 – October 4, 1947) started to deal with the black-body radiation problem in the 1890’s. In 1859 Gustav Kirchoff raised the question “how does the intensity of the electromagnetic radiation emitted by a black body depend on the frequency of the radiation and the temperature of the body?” Planck’s answer was that energy can only be radiated and absorbed in discrete amounts called “quantas”, or E = hν where h is the Planck’s constant and ν is the frequency of the radiation. Planck’s quantum hypothesis was used later by Albert Einstein to explain the photoelectric effect.

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08 Jun Route In My Head To Paris

paint on clay

featured in Tűzzel Játszol music video by Erik

 

 

 

 

 

 

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08 Jun Math Art | Directed Graph On Boots

math art | science art | Collactz Conjecture, directed graph on boots

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08 Jun Math Art | Collatz Conjecture On Adidas

math art | Collatz conjecture on painted shoes

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08 Jun Political Art | Osvath Jenő – Oliver Sin Collaboraton Guitar

This guitar is made with using a cool  Osváth Jenő design for a music video.

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