Water Sculpture

Shinichi Maruyama, a Japanese photographer now living in New York, uses simply his hands, glasses of water and a Phase One P45 camera to create elegant water sculptures. “No matter how many times I repeat the same process of throwing [water] in the air, I never achieve the same result. And I am so fascinated by this unexpected interaction of liquids colliding … that I am overwhelmed by its beauty.” Find an interview with Maruyama here and more images of his work here. On a rather related note, don’t miss our previous post, Water Drop Filmed in 10,000 Frames Per Second. Another thing of beauty.

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