suspended colored fluid photos by luka klikovac suspended colored fluid photos by luka klikovac
apr 16, 2012

suspended colored fluid photos by luka klikovac

‘demersal’ by luka kilkovac all images courtesy the artist

the collection of experimental photography by luka klikovac of belgrade, serbia pictures the randomness of colorful fluid formations submerged in water. through klikovac’s use of close-range image capturing, he has produced a series which pictures oddly-shaped and suspended liquid forms in a glass of water. the artist used solely his camera and advanced lighting system to develop the sensuous series which he hopes the public will recognize as mirroring the experience of rorschach’s psychological inblot test.

  • beautiful colours and nicely lit. well done

    vzit says:
  • there’s a dude in canada who does the same things, quite a few people doing this. I still see it like something “cute” (?) but tacky

    Andrea says:
  • Only cute? This is fluid mechanics exemplified. No wonder so many people are doing this.

    Peter says:
  • This could be underwater sculptures. Very nice.

    Mahi says:
  • You have my support, I love it! Although lots of people may be doing it, but NOTHING is NEVER the SAME. It’s like you would say: Well yeah, there are milions of people on the Earth, that tells me that each one of them probabbly can’t be that unique persons! Wrong my friend,… the truth lies beyond the sight an eye can reach. Every work is special, just as every person is! Don’t EVER forget that.

    DeepEmoticPhoria9 says:
  • A \’dude\’ doing \’cute\’ stuff? Seriously, Andrea, if that is all you\’ve got… it\’s best to stay quiet. What you are looking at is nothing short of a model for the way the universe works. These are extraordinary images and although many artists use water to frame moments, I have not seen many works to compare for conceptual and technical quality.

    Darragh says:
  • impressive

    Darija S.H. says:
  • i love fluid dynamics!

    shira says:

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