everydaysparks

Stuff I see, which you might not.

The Bubbles of Fabian Oefner

on July 9, 2012

Designboom recently featured the work of Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner, who has explored the art of the bursting bubble in his project ‘iridient’. It’s easy to appreciate that these amazing images are extremely difficult to capture as the soapy air pockets are immortalized in two states: the moment immediately before and after rupturing; and the famous spectrum of colors. The result is an amazing collection of art – lively photos that are full of rainbows. And, as with clouds in the sky, I can definitely see other worlds – outer space and under the sea…and maybe the musical Hair…

These photos are from the designboom post here. And you can check out Fabian Oefner’s website here – including his incredible ‘Dancing Colors’ project, where Fabian has focussed on ‘making sound waves visible’, capturing stunning pics of coloured pigments as they leap from the surface of a vibrating speaker when music is played. Amazing.

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5 responses to “The Bubbles of Fabian Oefner

  1. I saw these, too, Sparks. Aren’t they fab’? As you say – otherworldly!

  2. How awesome! They are amazing I love all of the colours!

  3. Melissa T says:

    These are such beautiful images. You sure know how to look at (and truly enjoy) the little things in life. Keep up the good work!

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