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Painting on water (aka paper marbling)

5 years agoArts : MAKE: Art Design

MAKE subscriber RabLabit sent us a link to this video of an artist who "paints on water." What he's doing is actually paper marbling, a form of "aqueous surface design." You've certainly seen marbled book or journal end-papers, for instance. Those pattens are created using this process. The video is a little... meditative, but the results are lovely and it's a process I'd never actually seen.
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