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  • Loïc SOLMONT

    Martin Klimas Photography _ Broken Kung fu

  • April Heicken

    Photo of a porcelain figure breaking up as it impacts on the ground. Martin Klimas has a series of photos like this one, where the figurines look like they are using their awesome kung fu moves to pulverize their opponents. Sweet! (Yes...I am a Kung Fu Panda fan. :) )

  • Johnna Shapiro

    Photographer Martin Klimas wired his camera's shutter to go off with the first sound of porcelain figures hitting the ground from 6 ft. up. It really seems to add to the martial arts feeling.

  • Mono L

    crashing porcelain action figures by martin klimas. german photographer martin klimas created the series 'porcelain figurines'. the collection of images were captured just as each of the fragile objects hit the ground after being dropped from a height of 9.8 feet. the artist was able to take the photos by wiring his camera in such a way that the sound each figurine made as they touch the ground tripped the device's shutter release.

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