The Italian artist Alberto Seveso is the man behind these liquidised texture waves. The red photography series is called 'Medicina Rossa' and the blue 'Sequenza Blu/Verde'. His magic trick is simply pouring ink into a tank of water and then clicking away- with precision and timing! This work reminds me of Carl Angelo's experiments for his typeface 'Hydrophobic', only that he mixed olive oil, sunflower oil and oil paint (purple and orange) to create his shapes in the water. I just love the three dimensional illusions these varnish swirls generate.