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Inspiration: Liquid Artist Markus Regeuls Renders Beauty in a Split Second

By Jules Ebe on March 18th 2013

German artist Markus Reugels captures stunning water sculptures with a complex set-up that would make any engineer proud. He refers to the work as liquid art. By using high-speed gear, colored flashes and gels, ink, pellet guns, and some creative backdrops, Reugels captures images through part design / part chance. Rendering beauty in a split second, Reugels does not use any post-processing manipulation to alter color or form.

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The striking colors and delicate forms remind me of Alice in Wonderland. It definitely takes quite a sense of wonder to create these beautifully rendered forms, leaving so much up to chance and luck.

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See more of Markus Reugels’ work on his website.

Until Next Time . . .

Stay Inspired ~ Jules

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is a Southern California based Conceptual Artist and Photographer. Her work has been featured in several print publications and selections can be seen in local gallery exhibitions. Connect with her on Facebook and Google+.

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  3. Anthony McFarlane

    Wow that guy is awesome! Thank you for this post.

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