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water and sumi ink. high speed photography by shinichi maruyama. It's a long shot, but high-speed photography is on my Photo Bucket List!
Shinichi Maruyama has established a name for himself by capturing paint in it's "live" essence. The artist paints by tossing the ink and water in in various patterns, where they are then captured by the camera lens. What we are left with is a beautiful moment where paint and time collide.
work of Japanese artist Shinichi Maruyama, who uses inks, paints and high-speed photography to capture the collision of colour and time.
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As Frank clawed his way out of the pit of his mind, his true genius flew forth for the very first time. @scottstabile
Edna, tiny original acrylic/oil portrait by Elizabeth Bauman. Like a bit of history, or imagination. #rowenamurillo
Allegorical painting of love attributed to Hans Memling, c.1485–90 via Met Museum
# 1736 "A Must To Avoid" by scottbergeyart, via Flickr
"Jennifer Sanchez is one talented lady. I am especially enjoying her recent series of pattern paintings." - Jaime #DesignMilk
This reminds me of a piece I had to do for Mrs. Brisco's class in high school. Mine was not nearly as beautiful though
high speed water shooting by shinichi maruyama | designboom
mark bradley: zebra I need to work on this simplicity or minimal approach! I really do like it.
I've made brushed like this before :) very unpredictable to use but fun for experimentation! Mitch Kimball | handmade brushes.
Untitled (1963) by Mark Rothko
COLOR BLOCK SERIES: 29 / Acrylic Original Painting. $52.00, via Etsy.
journal, doodle, then paint around to create stenciled images/letters, etc.