The 'Aqueous Electro' Series by Mark Mawson is Submerged

By: Sarah Robson - Published: Jun 5, 2012 • References: markmawson & thisiscolossal
Mark Mawson has added new underwater ink photos to his collection of photographs called Aqueous Electro. This is the fourth series of photos by the UK photographer, and this collection fits its title for being electrifying. Mark Mawson uses ink, water and color to create these distinct photos that look like neon-colored paint bombs have exploded in the water.

This time around Mark has used a different color scheme by focusing on neon pink, green, yellow, purple, blue and red hues. With this series Mawson wanted it to be different, but just as vivid as his other collections. The other three collections of photographs include Aqueous I, Aqueous II and Aqueous Fluoreau.

Mark has 21 years of experience with photography, and his works can be seen in various galleries around the world. Stats for Electrifying Neon Watertography Trending: Older & Warm
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