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Italian photographer Alberto Seveso drops complimentary shades of ink into water and captures the resulting swirls using high-speed photography techniques.

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Alberto Seveso, A Due Colori

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Medicina Rossa + Sequenza Blu / Verde by Alberto Seveso simply photographs of varnish into a fish bowl.

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Alberto Seveso’s gorgeous high-speed ink and water photographs last year and had my fingers firmly crossed that he would one day work with mixed colours. When I spotted his new series called a due Colori, I fell in love with his work all over again. Dreamy plumes of vibrant colour billowing like fabric underwater?

Italian artist, Alberto Seveso, created this artwork as one in a series of three. In this series called "A Due Colori," Seveso took high speed photographs of water & ink.

Disastro Ecologico: Gorgeousr Alberto Seveso. The images were created by taking high-speed photographs of ink mixing with water.

Disastro Ecologico: Gorgeous desktop wallpapers by Alberto Seveso

Disastro Ecologico: Gorgeous desktop wallpapers by Alberto Seveso — The images were created by taking high-speed photographs of ink mixing with water.

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Alberto Seveso, well, get ready. His latest series of underwater ink photographs is entitled a due Colori and they are simply breathtaking. The images are made by taking high-speed photographs of two colors of ink mixing with water.

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