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Alex Markow Photograohs Neon Painted Bodies Dripping in Wild Colors

 - Jun 24, 2015
References: alexmarkow & boredpanda
These psychedelic images of neon painted bodies dripping in colorful splashes and dots of paint are comparable to an acid-induced hallucination. Photographer Alex Markow titled this project 'Lost in Infinity Split.'

The photographs reveal women who are completely covered in neon paint. The bright glowing paint is splattered across their bodies like a canvas. By painting the background with lines and illuminating the entire space with black lights, the hallucination-inducing photographs are a beautifully mesmerizing and surreal scene.

The scene for the photo shoot took place in Miami inside the Primary Projects building, which is being torn down. Markow collaborated with Magnus Sodamin who is an artist known for experimenting with neon painted bodies and incorporating loud color into each piece of art.