Water Sculpture movie


10 Responses to “Water Sculpture movie”

  1. BTWBFDIMHO says:

    And here they write with water.

  2. jfrancis says:

    Good for Photoshopping ‘water dresses’ onto people.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Beautiful imagery. Curiously, it seems to draw upon an old entertainment form in Japan that is illustrated in Kenji Mizoguchi’s 1933 film, “Taki no shiraito” or “The Water Magician” (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0024641/). I have been unable to find any more detail on this unique entertainment form; in all likelihood, it has gone the way of Vaudeville.

  4. ikoino says:

    Pretty cool! Like the setup of white walls and black clothing.

    I wonder what opportunities there are for sculpting with cymatics in weightlessness? Suddenly, a reason to sign up for Virgin Galactic: to create art!

    • Lobster says:

      Once the technology is more commonplace there’ll probably be a whole lot. For the time being, spacecraft tend to have a lot of delicate electronics around that haven’t been waterproofed and water is just as conductive in space as it is on the ground.

  5. Cowicide says:

    The Steve Jobs guy in the background gave me a chuckle, but otherwise I’m in love with this art! Thanks for posting this, David!!!

  6. Cat Vomit says:

    Just one more thing, but very slowly.

  7. howaboutthisdangit says:

    Made me think of Neo, in the Matrix, playing with his food.

  8. Anonymous says:

    You know what I like best about this post? The author included a preview still image (or its just a function of their movie) for people like me that use extensions to turn off Flash by default in browsers. Very nice thx!

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