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LiquidVerse

LiquidVerse

LiquidVerse

"Drop Photography" experiments consist of photographing an abstract state of liquid. The electronic flash inventor, electrical engineer, and photographer from the U.S., Harold Edgerton's work on stroboscopic flash photography has been the subject of many scientific articles. A bullet piercing an apple and a milk drop dripping into a container in 1940 have succeeded in being one of the first high-speed photographs. Today, experimenting with abstract liquid forms is increasingly recognized as an essential element of "abstract or close-up" photography. In collaboration with the award-winning artist Mustafa Yağcı (1poz), this collection started in 2013. Each artifact is 1/1 unique. You will find something from your imagination when you look at the details of every artwork you collect.

10% of the income from this collection will be distributed to university students as a scholarship.

"Drop Photography" experiments consist of photographing an abstract state of liquid. The electronic flash inventor, electrical engineer, and photographer from the U.S., Harold Edgerton's work on stroboscopic flash photography has been the subject of many scientific articles. A bullet piercing an apple and a milk drop dripping into a container in 1940 have succeeded in being one of the first high-speed photographs. Today, experimenting with abstract liquid forms is increasingly recognized as an essential element of "abstract or close-up" photography. In collaboration with the award-winning artist Mustafa Yağcı (1poz), this collection started in 2013. Each artifact is 1/1 unique. You will find something from your imagination when you look at the details of every artwork you collect.

10% of the income from this collection will be distributed to university students as a scholarship.