Deep Space Web Images Become Stunning Star Fields


One of our favorite experimental photographers, Caleb Charland, recently embarked on a new adventure where he grabs very pixelated images of deep space off the web and chemically alters them. He sent us both the faraway and detail shots to show "how the pixels from the source image dissolve into gaseous traces of ink."

For those unfamiliar with Charland's work, check out this older post that present many examples of how Charland incorporates math and science into his unique style of photography. He always finds a way to keep us on our toes. Like any great artist, we never know where he's planning to take us next.






Caleb Charland's website

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Comment by Willa thomas on December 18, 2012 at 2:26am

Looks exact alike Galaxy Milky way. What it is made up of? courier jobs

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