These cool prints are made from the soundwaves of songs, and the sales help COVID-19 charities

Soundwaves Art is the brainchild and handiwork of Austin-based visual artist Tim Wakefield, who creates digital prints based on the visualized waveforms of popular songs.

For example, here's one made from "Hungry Like the Wolf" by Duran Duran that's signed by the band themselves:

"Wish You Were Here" by Pink Floyd:

"I'm Amazed" by My Morning Jacket

It's a pretty cool project overall, and Wakefield has also registered it as a 501(c)(3) non-profit:

Soundwaves Art Foundation's (501c3) mission is to find and collaborate with organizations that make a lasting impact on society's greatest challenges. The Foundation and its partners bring Tim Wakefield's truly unique and collectable artwork to music and art lovers alike. The work of the Foundation is made possible by collaborating musicians who give their time to sign artwork to benefit incredible causes.

The Soundwaves Art Foundation has previously worked with charities that provide services for displaced children, access to music education and music therapy in lower-income areas, and other important causes. But in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, they've shifted much of their benefit work to support the Sweet Relief fund for musicians who are facing medical and financial hardship.'

It's a pretty awesome cause for some pretty some pretty awesome artwork, and you can almost certainly find a band and song you love amongst their collection. If you're feeling generous and want to decorate your walls, it's worth checking out.

Soundwaves Art Foundation