'Emergent Behavior' by Thomas Jackson is Hypnotizing

By: Michael Nieto - Published: Nov 26, 2013 • References: thomasjacksonphotography & thisiscolossal
The artist Thomas Jackson has created many works in the past of his famous floating photography series. He has now introduced a new series of work that showcases his collision of suspended objects photographed in mid-air.

These images are usually taken outdoors in low-lighting areas with no sun to focus on the suspended objects. Some of the materials he uses in these images are glows ticks, neon paper post-it notes, plates, marshmallows and cups. They are regular objects hovered in place to create a floating effect as they are thrown in action.

Thomas Jackson illustrates a powerful illusion that captures moving objects in real time. Floating photography has definitely become an interesting artistic technique that Jackson can intentionally display in many of his works today. Stats for Floating Photography Collisions (UPDATE) Trending: Older & Warm
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