J.D. Doria Uses 3D Printing and Acrylics to Create Mysterious Works

By: Amanda Greer - Published: Jun 21, 2013 • References: jd-doria & lostateminor
J.D. Doria's eerie ink splatter photos are incredibly inventive creations combining both art and technology. Using a combination of ink, acrylics and glass, Doria creates images of ink spreading through murky fluids to create surreal and fluid movements. He then captures these images using a camera before feeding them into a 3D scanner, which extrapolates the particles shown, blowing them up into a single frame to produce a single, still image.

These ethereal images are extraterrestrial in appearance, almost as if they were depicting some far-off galaxy. Different molecules and other tiny particles merge together to produce a chaotic, yet cohesive, photograph.

With their vibrant colors, flowing movements and otherworldly atmosphere, Doria's photographs are both philosophical and visually stunning, creating works that are simultaneously cerebral and visceral. Stats for Eerie Ink Splatter Photography Trending: Older & Chilly
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