Italian artist Alberto Seveso recently produced a series of photographs capturing the movement and sculptural appearance of ink underwater. The collection, “A Due Colori”, is extremely visually striking, and at first sight more so resembles silk scarves than plumes of ink.
Similarly, Mark Mawson has also released a set of images that show the designs created when paint is dripped into water. Mawson’s series, “Aqueous Fluoreau II,” features brightly colored clouds of paint that resemble billowing smoke tapering off into the tentacles of jellyfish.
Martin Klimas, a German photographer, set out to visualize sound through a series of photographs capturing the paint spatter that results from the vibrations of various songs. Similar in style and equally as beautiful as the underwater pieces, we love the way the paint colors intertwine and mix while each hue remains visible and vibrant.
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