If you didn't think anything beautiful could come from toxic waste, well, think again. Ohio University art professor John Sabraw and civil engineer Guy Riefler have joined forces and devised a method for extracting iron oxide metals from industrial waste. The extracts can then be turned into vibrant pigments and used…
The interaction of unexpected materials can really mess with your senses, whether through color or texture—or both. That's definitely the case with photographer Kim Keever's colorific photos of billowing pigment plumes.
In the past, diagnosing a baby's fever involved holding the child close while creating a maternal bond. Now, you can tell from across the room! With fashion!!