Secret Paint And Water Technique Achieves Out Of This World Photographs

Secret Paint And Water Technique Achieves Out Of This World Photographs

Turn off the lights and watch the incredible play of light, color and shape that photographer Mark Mawson was able to capture.

Kyana Gordon
  • 8 december 2011

Plumes of neon paint swirl in a black abyss, and explode like an ethereal color bomb. The Aqueous Fluoreau series is a stunning new collection of underwater paint-in-water photographs by Mark Mawson, inspired by the vibrant colors that brighten up everyday life. The process is a time consuming and secret technique that the artist created as a result of studying the patterns formed by milk poured into the numerous cups of coffee he drinks each day.

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