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Once you start building, you can’t stop. No, that’s not exactly the slogan of the ever-addictive Pringles crisps. But that’s exactly what Brooklyn collective Fall On Your Sword did during a recent competition that invited artists to share a sketch or photo inspired by unlimited access to Pringles crisps and cans.

The chandelier is made from 150 Pringles chip casts and moves from the wind when the organ below it is played.

The Brooklyn artists created a series of works – including a fully functional pipe organ and a chandelier, made entirely with Pringles crisps and cans. The former is made with no fewer than 250 Pringles cans and combines recorded sound from the crisp cans themselves to emit a range of musical notes. Winners of the ongoing competition – the deadline to enter is this coming Friday – will receive an all-expense paid trip for two to Gawker’s Silent Disco on May 8 in Brooklyn. Check out the video below, in which the artists demonstrate how to use their new instrument.

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