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Painting With Sound by German photographer Martin Klimas. - “Like a 3-D take on Jackson Pollock, the latest work by the artist Martin Klimas begins with splatters of paint in fuchsia, teal and lime green, positioned on a scrim over the diaphragm of a speaker. Then the volume is turned up..."


Martin Kimas soaked flowers in liquid nitrogen, then shot them from behind with air gun, and took the photo. via Ed Jonghigh speed flowers


High speed photographs of exploding flowers dipped in liquid nitrogen by Martin Klimas. See many more at the link:


A New Perspective of the Day: Shattering Flowers In his latest series titled “Rapid Bloom,” German photographer Martin Klimas captured these spectacular high-speed photographs of shattering flowers that had been dipped in liquid nitrogen and dried with an air gun.


The life of a flower usually ends in slow, inglorious decay as petals wilt and succombs to the cycle of life, but these flowers shot by German photographer Martin Klimas go out with a bang. You might recognize Klimas' work from his wildly popular series of shattered ceramic figures

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Rapid Bloom, Photos of Shattering Flowers

Rapid Bloom by Martin KlimasPhotographer Martin Klimas captures flowers in the midst of shattering in his photo series “Rapid Bloom.” To achieve the effect, Klimas froze the flowers with liquid nitrogen and shot them with an airgun.

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Martin Klimas' Cymatic Paint Sculptures

Martin Klimas: Painting With Sound (Rosenbloom & Buchla, "How much better, if Plymouth Rock had landed on the Pilgrims") 2011

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Martin Klimas translates Kraftwerk music into photos

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Exploding Vases

Martin Klimas


Rapid Bloom is the latest series of the photographer Martin Klimas which dips flowers in liquid nitrogen and is then exploded with an air gun. The flowers appear distorted as their structure and texture are undermined.