Brian Curfman, the founder of Voice Art Gallery, was inspired to create art from voice recordings after he made an e-card with an audio message for his wife and noticed how interesting the sound waves looked. Brian started making custom prints of sound recordings for his family and friends, and his wife encouraged him to grow the artistic pastime into a business so anyone could turn words into art.
Voice Art Gallery makes it easy. First, you record a message using a tool on Voice Art Gallery’s website, or you can upload your own audio file. Up to four words is a typical message length, though you can opt to record more (the fewer words you record, the more detail you’ll see in the sound waves). Next, you choose a size, color scheme, and framing option, and then preview a design proof before finalizing the artwork.
Voices are like fingerprints, so no two prints are alike. Displayed on a wall, the sound waves can be a visual reminder of a message from a loved one, an inspirational quote, and special occasions (baby’s first words, a proposal). There’s no text on the artwork, so the message stays as private as you want it to.