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one kaleidoscope: IMAGINE, INFLUENCE, INTOXICATE. i see in colours that don't even exist. colours saturate, bleed, and stain. if your an art, fashion or design (anything creative) blog send me a message, always on the search for inspiration. (personal blog: http://www.tumblr.com/blog/stayyoungfeelfreebedope).

freked:

itsfortheinternet:

manicpixiexdreamgirl:

jacobaaronschroeder:

Untitled
Acrylic and sprinkles on canvas
14” x 18”
2014

well i quit.

"Is this paint or icing"
"It’s paint damnit"

this makes me hungry

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#colour   #food   #icecream   #sprinkles   #dessert  
justanothermasterpiece:

Gérard Stricher.

justanothermasterpiece:

Gérard Stricher.

#colour   #art  
stephenkiernan:

Detail 2

stephenkiernan:

Detail 2

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1n0rgan1c-alk3my:

stone dream

1n0rgan1c-alk3my:

stone dream

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#purple   #art   #design  
aestheticgoddess:

Mark Chadwick

aestheticgoddess:

Mark Chadwick

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sci-infinity:

Photographer: Fabian Oefner
"When Science Meets Art: Fabian Oefner at TEDxWarwick 2013"
#colour   #art   #design   #science  
theleoisallinthemind:

Fabian Oefner - Liquid Orchid 

theleoisallinthemind:

Fabian Oefner - Liquid Orchid 

gundgallery:

"This liquid has a very unique property. It is magnetic, caused by the millions nano iron particles in it. When put under a magnetic field, the particles in the solution start to rearrange due to the attraction and repulsion of iron. If now water colors are added to the ferrofluid, the pop-art looking structures start to appear, forming into black channels and tiny ponds filled with rainbow colored surfaces. The reason why the black ferrofluid and the water colors don’t mix is that ferrofluid is, just like oil, hydrophobic. It therefore doesn’t mix with the water colors. At the same time it is held in position by the magnet underneath it. So it tries to find a way around the water colors and therefore forms these black channels."

Fabian Oefner, Millefiori

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tirinacolors:

Blasting Acrylics
This series is a continuation of my research of manipulating paint with different natural forces. In the “Black Hole” series, it was centrifugal force, that shaped the paints into colorful carousels. This time I used air pressure to create what I call “liquid jewels”.
The structures you see are modeling balloons covered with paint right after they have been pricked with a needle. The air inside the ballon expands explosively, throwing the paint in all different directions. What I particularly love about the images is that if you look closely, you can see, how the individual shades start to mix with each other, blue and magenta becomes violet, red and yellow becomes orange…within a few microseconds, the paint forms into the most beautiful color combinations…and then its gone again. What remains is the capture of that firework of colors, frozen in time…
simplistic-serendipity:

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simplistic-serendipity:

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#colour   #art   #design   #watercolour   #colours   #paint   #style  

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#colour   #art   #design   #science   #marble   #marbling   #circle   #swirl   #rainbow   #colours  

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