Underwater Ink Photography by Alberto Seveso
Seveso’s silky plumes of technicolored magma that seems to flow up from vents in the ocean has a slightly more mundane explanation: the artist drops different colored inks into water and captures the velvety aftermath, though the results are just as stimulating.
(Source: ianbrooks, via primrosenotes)
Artistic genius Claude Monet (1840 – 1925) founded and led the Impressionist Movement, applying non-traditional uses of color and light and how they affect each other based on his own observations. His artwork breaks color into individual elements, and completely lacks black and gray tones. He painted his beloved French coastline in “Chemin dan les Bles a Pourville,” whose absence of human figures expresses his direct relationship with nature.