30.06.14 by Jeff

Mandalas Made From Electronic Components by Artist Leonardo Ulian

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Gorgeous mandalas made out of copper wire and electronic components by Italian-born London-based artist Leonardo Ulian. More below.


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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Joe

    So much soldering!

    • if it was anything like my grade 9 electronics class i’d have a lot of burnt fingers

  • holoverse

    now all he has to do, is claim they emit some sort of phase induced capacitative radionic charge, and he can sell these as new age healing tools for $2000 a pop. :) I kid, I kid

  • Rupert Philbrick

    This guy’s a close friend of mine – we made a lot of music together in university as part of a sound art group called The Readers. Leo would circuit bend his own instruments, make musical Furbies, Theremins and all kinds of stuff. Such Genius! So pumped to see him featured on Booooooom! Good work Jeff!

  • Wow, so intricate and visually hypnotic





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