Potato Chips & Crisps Art
Based in the beating heart of Williamsburg Brooklyn with Executive Producer Lucy Alper at the helm, “Fall On Your Sword” is an award winning music production and audio post company.
Founded by multi-media composer Will Bates, the company have amassed an array of awards for best music while simultaneously gaining swift recognition in the world of feature length film scoring.
However, we don't care about all that - they have created a fully functioning organ made from Pringles cans.
Yes, Pringles cans!
The fully-functioning pipe organ, which was influenced by the dramatic Goonies’ bone organ from the kids' movie, was made from nearly 250 Pringles cans. They were stacked and assembled to make a full size instrument, which plays music sourced from recorded sounds made from the crisp packs themselves.
The team of artists were not finished there.
They also made a hanging chandelier from 150 silver-colored casts of Pringles Potato Snacks. It was constructed to hang above the organ and move from the wind created while the instrument was played. The movement and swaying motion was hypnotic and fascinating.
Both projects were designed for a competition presented by Pringles that invited contestants to share a sketch or photo of what they would create if they had unlimited access to Pringles.