Monday, April 1, 2013

Extreme Eye Closeups

Oh, photography, you've done it again. You've shown me, in painstaking detail, something totally familiar in a way that's unlike I've ever seen it before. And all it took was a simple idea from Armenian photographer Suren Manvelyan, and a little bit of technical ingenuity, to create extreme closeups of the human eye. And what do we see? A set of images that's somehow simultaneously creepy and beautiful. No matter how it strikes you, you're sure to be enthralled by this look at the colorful little organ that's somehow so familiar and totally mysterious.

http://www.behance.net/gallery/Your-beautiful-eyes/428809
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Extreme Eye Closeups


Oh, photography, you've done it again. You've shown me, in painstaking detail, something totally familiar in a way that's unlike I've ever seen it before. And all it took was a simple idea from Armenian photographer Suren Manvelyan, and a little bit of technical ingenuity, to create extreme closeups of the human eye. And what do we see? A set of images that's somehow simultaneously creepy and beautiful. No matter how it strikes you, you're sure to be enthralled by this look at the colorful little organ that's somehow so familiar and totally mysterious.

http://www.behance.net/gallery/Your-beautiful-eyes/428809
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