джек и джон
когда я говорил, что хочу всё и сразу, то не имел в виду проблемы.

я даже не знаю, что это
эй. псссс. ето масло ( ͡~ ͜ʖ ͡°)

Oefner poured water into a black reservoir. With the aid of a syringe, he then added small drops of oil onto the water surface. Upon contact with the water, the oil started to expand and form into magnificent structures.
The various colors result from the reflection and refraction of light, as it passes through the oil film and back into the camera lens. Depending on how thick the oil film is, the colors change from blue, green to red, until finally they disappear again.

«What I like about the series is that it is quite a simple phenomenon, yet strikingly magic and beautiful. It came to my mind when I was sitting outside my studio on a rainy day and observed a thin film of petrol on a water puddle. So I got inside again and started to recreate the setup in a more controlled environment. Finally, after many different setups and hundreds of images, the exploration resulted in these ten photographs.»
fabian oefner

(посмотрите у чувака и другие работы. я плакаю от распирающего чувства прекрасного и гениального.)

@темы: рассвет и пони