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Colorful Underwater Art by Kim Keever

Colorful Underwater Art Created With Just A Few Drops Of Paint

Former NASA engineer-turned-artist Kim Keever creates abstract underwater art by pouring paint pigments into a 200-gallon tank and photographing the unpredictable reaction. The resulting compositions look like colorful explosions and tornadoes of paint.

Keever explains: “Timing of the shots is crucial and short-lived, as the process of releasing the dyes and pigments quickly transforms into a random event. It is a very freeing process. I can explore color and form like never before.

Even after 20,000 shots, I can’t predict which will be completely successful and only a fraction are printed. But I have accepted the lack of control and embrace the randomness.”

Check out more of his works on his website. (via Creative Boom)

Colorful Underwater Art Created With Just A Few Drops Of Paint

Colorful Underwater Art by Kim Keever

Colorful Underwater Art by Kim Keever

 Artist drops paint into water and photographs the spectacular results

Artist drops paint into water and photographs the spectacular results

Artist drops paint into water and photographs the spectacular results

Colorful Liquids Blend Together Into Captivating Abstract Forms

Colorful Liquids Blend Together Into Captivating Abstract Forms

Colorful Liquids Blend Together Into Captivating Abstract Forms

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