Last week we posted about The Sound Advice Project and how its tangible soundwave technology might better translate into an anniversary gift. A reader wrote in suggesting that the idea had been co-opted by David Bizer who also sells soundwave-based jewelry through Ponoko. So I’ll take this opportunity to point out another artist who has been working in the field of wearable waves. Sakurako Shimizu made some of the coolest rings, cuffs and brooches I saw last year. Unlike the anti-drug reminders of the Sound Advice Project, the Brooklyn-based artist used soundbytes you’d actually want to hear and wear, like wedding vows and giggles. So check out the project and both artists: there’s more than enough sound to go around.