Macro Art Alcohol

Se crea o no se crea, estas imágenes están tomadas con un microscopio, observando bebidas alcohólicas. Aunque no soy tan fan del alcohol, me pierdo mirándolas, me quedo embelesada, consumida por su belleza.

Me pregunto cómo sería navegar el mundo entero con esta visión microscópica, que muestra una plétora increíble, una fiesta loca de colores, allí donde habitualmente el ojo humano no ve ninguna.

Para acceder a la colección entera, visita el sitio web de Bev Shots, Art. Distilled.

Believe it or not, these images were taken with a microscope, observing alcoholic beverages. Although I am not a fan of alcohol, I get lost staring at them, I get bewitched, consumed by their beauty.

I wonder how would it be to navigate the whole world with this microscopic vision, that shows an unbelievable plethora, a crazy party of colours, there where the human eye habitually sees none.

To access the whole collection, visit the website Bev Shots, Art. Distilled.

Beer+-+Belgian+Dark+Ale

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Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol

Se crea o no se crea, estas imágenes están tomadas con un microscopio, observando bebidas alcohólicas. Aunque no soy tan fan del alcohol, me pierdo mirándolas, me quedo embelesada, consumida por su belleza.

Me pregunto cómo sería navegar el mundo entero con esta visión microscópica, que muestra una plétora increíble, una fiesta loca de colores, allí donde habitualmente el ojo humano no ve ninguna.

Para acceder a la colección entera, visita el sitio web de Bev Shots, Art. Distilled.

Believe it or not, these images were taken with a microscope, observing alcoholic beverages. Although I am not a fan of alcohol, I get lost staring at them, I get bewitched, consumed by their beauty.

I wonder how would it be to navigate the whole world with this microscopic vision, that shows an unbelievable plethora, a crazy party of colours, there where the human eye habitually sees none.

To access the whole collection, visit the website Bev Shots, Art. Distilled.

Beer+-+Belgian+Dark+Ale

55c420899166a

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol

Se crea o no se crea, estas imágenes están tomadas con un microscopio, observando bebidas alcohólicas. Aunque no soy tan fan del alcohol, me pierdo mirándolas, me quedo embelesada, consumida por su belleza.

Me pregunto cómo sería navegar el mundo entero con esta visión microscópica, que muestra una plétora increíble, una fiesta loca de colores, allí donde habitualmente el ojo humano no ve ninguna.

Para acceder a la colección entera, visita el sitio web de Bev Shots, Art. Distilled.

Believe it or not, these images were taken with a microscope, observing alcoholic beverages. Although I am not a fan of alcohol, I get lost staring at them, I get bewitched, consumed by their beauty.

I wonder how would it be to navigate the whole world with this microscopic vision, that shows an unbelievable plethora, a crazy party of colours, there where the human eye habitually sees none.

To access the whole collection, visit the website Bev Shots, Art. Distilled.

Beer+-+Belgian+Dark+Ale

55c420899166a

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol

Se crea o no se crea, estas imágenes están tomadas con un microscopio, observando bebidas alcohólicas. Aunque no soy tan fan del alcohol, me pierdo mirándolas, me quedo embelesada, consumida por su belleza.

Me pregunto cómo sería navegar el mundo entero con esta visión microscópica, que muestra una plétora increíble, una fiesta loca de colores, allí donde habitualmente el ojo humano no ve ninguna.

Para acceder a la colección entera, visita el sitio web de Bev Shots, Art. Distilled.

Believe it or not, these images were taken with a microscope, observing alcoholic beverages. Although I am not a fan of alcohol, I get lost staring at them, I get bewitched, consumed by their beauty.

I wonder how would it be to navigate the whole world with this microscopic vision, that shows an unbelievable plethora, a crazy party of colours, there where the human eye habitually sees none.

To access the whole collection, visit the website Bev Shots, Art. Distilled.

Beer+-+Belgian+Dark+Ale

55c420899166a

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Macro Art Alcohol was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture

Hace un par de días tuve el gran placer de encontrar en TED la presentación del artista nacido en Taiwan, Shih Chieh Huang, que realiza esculturas e instalaciones con los materiales más inesperados, desde basura, hasta ojos humanos (en vídeo) o su propio ombligo.

Me encantó sobre todo porque me recordó a la visión que yo tengo de construir un movimiento global de Arte inspirado en la Naturaleza, (en el que se mezclen todas las clases de arte, desde lo más tradicional a lo más contemporáneo), y cuando fantaseo con ello, la bioluminiscencia me resulta particularmente fascinante y se cuela en mi imaginación.

A couple of days ago I had the great pleasure to encounter, at TED, a conference by Taiwanese-born artist Shih Chieh Huang, who creates sculptures and installations with the most unexpected materials, from trash to human eyes (on video) or his own belly button.

It enchanted above all because it reminded me of the vision that I have to build a global movement of Art inspired in Nature, (in which all classes of art get mixed, from the most traditional to the most contemporary), and when I fantasise about it, bioluminiscence results particularly fascinating for me and it sneaks into my imagination.

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture

Hace un par de días tuve el gran placer de encontrar en TED la presentación del artista nacido en Taiwan, Shih Chieh Huang, que realiza esculturas e instalaciones con los materiales más inesperados, desde basura, hasta ojos humanos (en vídeo) o su propio ombligo.

Me encantó sobre todo porque me recordó a la visión que yo tengo de construir un movimiento global de Arte inspirado en la Naturaleza, (en el que se mezclen todas las clases de arte, desde lo más tradicional a lo más contemporáneo), y cuando fantaseo con ello, la bioluminiscencia me resulta particularmente fascinante y se cuela en mi imaginación.

A couple of days ago I had the great pleasure to encounter, at TED, a conference by Taiwanese-born artist Shih Chieh Huang, who creates sculptures and installations with the most unexpected materials, from trash to human eyes (on video) or his own belly button.

It enchanted above all because it reminded me of the vision that I have to build a global movement of Art inspired in Nature, (in which all classes of art get mixed, from the most traditional to the most contemporary), and when I fantasise about it, bioluminiscence results particularly fascinating for me and it sneaks into my imagination.

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture

Hace un par de días tuve el gran placer de encontrar en TED la presentación del artista nacido en Taiwan, Shih Chieh Huang, que realiza esculturas e instalaciones con los materiales más inesperados, desde basura, hasta ojos humanos (en vídeo) o su propio ombligo.

Me encantó sobre todo porque me recordó a la visión que yo tengo de construir un movimiento global de Arte inspirado en la Naturaleza, (en el que se mezclen todas las clases de arte, desde lo más tradicional a lo más contemporáneo), y cuando fantaseo con ello, la bioluminiscencia me resulta particularmente fascinante y se cuela en mi imaginación.

A couple of days ago I had the great pleasure to encounter, at TED, a conference by Taiwanese-born artist Shih Chieh Huang, who creates sculptures and installations with the most unexpected materials, from trash to human eyes (on video) or his own belly button.

It enchanted above all because it reminded me of the vision that I have to build a global movement of Art inspired in Nature, (in which all classes of art get mixed, from the most traditional to the most contemporary), and when I fantasise about it, bioluminiscence results particularly fascinating for me and it sneaks into my imagination.

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature

Deep Sea, Electronics, and Sculpture was originally published on Tell Me Nature