You build up a mental image of the face that goes with the voice on the radio, basing your picture on the way they sound, but it’s probably a long way away from the reality.

For the most, though, when you create that mental image, it stays yours - nobody else sees it. However, artist Kieran Boland decided to make his public, by turning his mental images of radio announcers into paintings, and putting them on display in the ‘Face Radio Live’ project. He listened to the radio, painted what he heard and put it on the wall for everyone to see. SOURCE ABC FULL ARTICLE