Tag: cross-section

Feb 25, 2019

These Stop-Motion Cross Sections of Food are Totally Mesmerizing

These Stop-Motion Cross Sections of Food are Totally Mesmerizing

Kevin Parry made these super cool stop-motion cross sections of various chocolates, fruits, and vegetables.

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Mar 20, 2018

A 25-Day, Cross Section Timelapse of a Bean Plant Set to Classical

A 25-Day, Cross Section Timelapse of a Bean Plant Set to Classical

One shot taken every 9m 36s, played at 30 FPS. Music by Strauss

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Jan 13, 2016

Surreal Stop Motion Timelapse of Objects Being Sanded in Half

Surreal Stop Motion Timelapse of Objects Being Sanded in Half

With an edge sander, half a millimetre is sanded off each work piece (wood, walnut, transformer, skull and analogue camera) and photographed. About 650 photos are made into a short film, which contrasts the inner structure of nature and technology

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Mar 28, 2014

Picture of the Day: Warhol Revisited

Picture of the Day: Warhol Revisited

WARHOL REVISITED Photograph by LINDSEY WOHLMAN Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Artist and photographer Lindsey Wohlman reimagines Andy Warhol’s famous Campbell’s Soup Cans in a Kickstarter funded project entitled, Warhol Soup Cans Naked & Unlabeled. The artist is half-way through the project as Warhol’s original piece featured 32 soup cans.…

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Dec 11, 2013

These Might Be the Slowest High-Speed Images Ever Captured

These Might Be the Slowest High-Speed Images Ever Captured

Photograph by FABIAN OEFNER Website | Behance | 500px Courtesy of the MB&F M.A.D Gallery What looks to be an ‘exploded view‘ of a 1954 Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR taken at a microsecond in time, is actually a meticulous and painstakingly crafted artificial moment by artist and photographer Fabian Oefner. In Disintegrating, Fabian sketches where…

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Sep 24, 2013

Picture of the Day: Meticulously Dismantled VW Golf

Picture of the Day: Meticulously Dismantled VW Golf

METICULOUSLY DISMANTLED VW GOLF Photograph by HANS HANSEN In this amazing image, we see all of the parts that make up a Volkswagen Golf Mk2 (see higher-res image here). The Mk2 succeeded the Mk1 as Volkswagen’s volume seller from 1983 and remained in (German) production until late 1992. All told, about 6.3…

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Aug 14, 2013

‘Exploded View’ Street Art Murals by Nychos

‘Exploded View’ Street Art Murals by Nychos

Nychos is an artist and illustrator from Austria. His interest in anatomy has greatly influenced his artwork and in a recent interview with Hypebeast, Nychos explains: “My dad and my grandpa were traditional Austrian hunters, so I think that is where some of my interest in anatomy comes from. Seeing a deer dissected for…

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Jul 27, 2013

What the Inside of Golf Balls Look Like

What the Inside of Golf Balls Look Like

Photograph by JAMES FRIEDMAN Website | Facebook James Friedman is a teacher, curator, editor and photographer from the United States. He received his BFA from Ohio State University and was one of five students accepted into the experimental graduate program, Toward a Whole Photography, at MIT. He later earned his Masters in Photography from…

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Jun 29, 2013

Detailed Cross-Sections of Ammunition

Detailed Cross-Sections of Ammunition

Sabine Pearlman is an Austrian photographer currently based in Los Angeles, California. Educated at the Pratt institute, the Otis College of Art and Design and Santa Monica College, Pearlman’s series entitled, Ammo, has been sweeping across the Internet. On her website, Pearlman states: “This series of ammunition cross-sections was photographed inside a WWII bunker…

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May 10, 2013

Creative Cross Sections of Everyday Foods

Creative Cross Sections of Everyday Foods

Beth Galton is a New York based photographer specializing in still life and food photography. In a conceptual series entitled Cut Food, Galton, in collaboration with food stylist Charlotte Omnès created a series of cross sections of everyday foods like eggs, noodles, soup and ice cream. While the more ‘solid’ foods shot nicely, capturing…

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