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Brief Published: 4 Jan 2011

Alberto Seveso


In a series titled Medecina Rossa + Sequenza Blu/Verde the artist and illustrator Alberto Seveso drops thick, coloured inks into a fishbowl of water.

The resulting ripples and folds are recorded with a high-speed camera shutter which look like beautifully explosive organisms.

We love the sumptuous nature of the photographs and the complexity that has been captured from such a simple process.