Civil Engineer Makes Cool Resin Art Using Electricity

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Tye Sheehan is a civil engineer who makes unique resin art in his free time. Sheehan uses electricity as his brush and wood as his canvas. How could this work, you ask? Well, it’s actually very simple.

He attaches electrodes to a piece of wood and lets electricity run through it, making one-of-a-kind fractal patterns. After filling the patterns with resin, he ends up getting cool art pieces. Besides making decoration items with this technique, Tye also creates items that can be used in everyday life like skateboards.

You can check out some of his works below.