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Technicolor ferrofluids are a magnetic acid trip

Oil, watercolors and nanoscale iron particles make for some of the most psychedelic imagery this side of an LSD trip — and we've got the hi-res macro photographs to prove it.
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Technicolor ferrofluids by Fabian Oefner

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Funky Ferrofluids Here is a selection of some colorful photographs. The shapes are achieved by an experimental mixture of ferrofluid and colored water. Ferrofluids are liquids that react to external magnetic fields and then take on the most amazing shapes. The photographs are made by the Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner.

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