Jan 29, 2019
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High-Speed Photographs of Paint Splashing into Water

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Alberto Seveso is an Italian artist specializing in illustration, graphic design and photography. Born in Milan, Seveso currently lives and works as a freelance artst from his hometown of Portoscuso, Sardinia, Italy. Alberto’s artistic passion grew from an early fascination with skateboard deck graphics and album artwork for metal bands.

He has since developed his own unique style which you can explore on his personal website as well as Behance, where his projects have garnered almost 1.4 million views.

In previous series (featured on the Sifter here and here), Seveso dropped plumes of various inks into water, capturing the organic shapes that form underneath the surface with a high-speed camera.

In his latest series entitled Dropping, Seveso drops acrylic paint into water, instead using high-speed photography to capture the splashes occurring above the surface. Be sure to see more from Alberto at the online links below.

 

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Artwork by ALBERT SEVESO
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