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Colorful Ink Dances through Water in Alberto Seveso’s Photographs

Alberto Seveso is an artist and designer based in Portoscuso, Italy.  He created this series of photographs titled A Due Colori using water, ink, and a high-speed camera.  For the series, Seveso drops two differently colored inks into water.  As the ink moves and unfolds  through the water, he quickly captures his image.  The colorful and opaque nature of the ink floating in each image nearly gives it a sculptural quality.  Rather than interacting liquids, Seveso draws out more of a feeling of solidity from these simple materials.  In a way, each plume of ink resembles a sheer unfurling fabric, or strangely sinking smoke. Check out more of his photographs after the jump.

Alberto Seveso is an artist and designer based in Portoscuso, Italy.  He created this series of photographs titled A Due Colori using water, ink, and a high-speed camera.  For the series, Seveso drops two differently colored inks into water.  As the ink moves and unfolds  through the water, he quickly captures his image.  The colorful and opaque nature of the ink floating in each image nearly gives it a sculptural quality.  Rather than interacting liquids, Seveso draws out more of a feeling of solidity from these simple materials.  In a way, each plume of ink resembles a sheer unfurling fabric, or strangely sinking smoke.

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