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This is what happens when flowers are soaked in liquid nitrogen for 30 minutes and are then photographed after being catapulted at a very high speed onto a white surface. We can all thank New York photographer, Jon Shireman, for discovering such rad a thing.    p.s. if  you're into this you may also like qi wei's 'exploded flowers.'

This is what happens when flowers are soaked in liquid nitrogen for 30 minutes and are then photographed after being catapulted at a very high speed onto a white surface. We can all thank New York photographer, Jon Shireman, for discovering such rad a thing. p.s. if you're into this you may also like qi wei's 'exploded flowers.'

Who thinks to soak fresh flowers in liquid nitrogen for 30 minutes before smashing them into hundreds of little glass-like pieces?! Jon Shireman, that’s who. Honestly, cool.

Who thinks to soak fresh flowers in liquid nitrogen for 30 minutes before smashing them into hundreds of little glass-like pieces?! Jon Shireman, that’s who. Honestly, cool.

photographer Erwan Frontin‘s  wildflowers, all of which he discovered while traveling throughout southern France.

photographer Erwan Frontin‘s wildflowers, all of which he discovered while traveling throughout southern France.

Seriously cool! Flowers blasted with liquid nitrogen and then smashed to pieces

Seriously cool! Flowers blasted with liquid nitrogen and then smashed to pieces

Another arrangement by Dutch artist Anne Ten Donkelaar who lays pressed wildflowers, dried stems, and paper cutouts on top of tiny little pins to create three dimensional collages.

Another arrangement by Dutch artist Anne Ten Donkelaar who lays pressed wildflowers, dried stems, and paper cutouts on top of tiny little pins to create three dimensional collages.

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