Friday, April 24, 2009

Exquisite Collisions

Japanese artist Shinich Maruyama captures the exquisite airborne collisions of black Indian ink and water photographed moments before they inevitably flood his studio with the resultant murk of grey water. How does he do it? With strobe light technology with speeds up to one 7500th of a second. Amazing.

9 comments:

Maisy said...

Wow! Those are so cool!!

Anna said...

absolutely stunning ... i'm constantly amazed by the way creative people think and the end result of those thought processes.

Alya said...

Wow, it looks like it was graphically designed. I didn't think it was real at all! So cool.

gingerbee said...

oh wow...wow, and wow. These are amazing - and zen at the same time. The fluid motion captured in an nth of a second - AMAZING.

Mary said...

that is amazing!

blossom said...

absolutely amazing....xx

Marie-Eve said...

This is strange, dark and beautiful. Thank to share.

lisa tilse said...

oh. my. goodness.

too amazing for words.

julie said...

This is so beautiful!