Incredible Underwater Landscapes Made with Swirling Ink
Article by Steph, filed under Sculpture & Craft in the Art category.

Ribbons of color swirl and unfurl in stunning, kinetic formations that call to mind coral and other flora and fauna on the ocean floor. Italian photographer Alberto Seveso drops complimentary shades of ink into water and captures the resulting swirls using high-speed photography techniques.


The colors wrap and mix into each other in sensuous interactions that call to mind alien landscapes in this series by Seveso, entitled ‘A Due Colori’.

Seveso is also known for his series called ‘Ink Riders’, in which a Lego man catches pale blue ink waves.

See more of Alberto Seveso’s work at Behance.

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