Colorful Life-forms

High-speed photography by Marcus Reugels (1)

To create these spectacular liquid sculptures, photographer Marcus Reugels uses various materials such as acrylic paint, water, soap, milk, and more. Much of his work is abstract, but another part is intentionally supposed to resemble familiar objects and animals. An interesting aspect is that none of his pictures are edited in Photoshop.

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Photos © Marcus Reugels

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Adriana de Barros

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Having opened her own clothing company in her twenties, Adriana has created successful projects for over a decade in the fields of design, illustration, fashion and web. She is the award-winning designer and editor-in-chief of Scene 360's Illusion magazine. When not online, she is enjoying the quiet life walking her shih tzu at seaside. Follow the author @scene360, and see more articles here.

November 8, 2012 Art Color Motion Photography Water