Mihail Ivantsov's Ink Photography Shows Explosive Colorful Worlds

By: Emily Evans - Published: Aug 26, 2011 • References: behance.net and behance.net
The vibrant, yet diluted images that Mihail Ivantsov produces within his 'Ink' photography truly are one of a kind. With no two images looking quite alike, this Ink photography by Mihail Ivantsov keeps viewers guessing capture by capture.

As opposed to focusing solely on black or blue ink, Mihail Ivantsov ventures into colorful green, purple, and red inks to produce radical underwater photography. These captures truly do look like something out of a science book or sci-fi movie, and yet they are poetic and artistic in their own right.

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