Alcohol Under Microscope
Avant-garde art reminiscent photos made of the microscope images of molecules of alcoholic beverages.
How many gorgeous avant-garde images the Friday night drinkings have destroyed!
No more! From now on drinking would be not only healthy but also creative from the art spectrum. Every saved sip would serve to create photos which illuminate how actually different alcohol drinks look under microscope. You may see that they are not just liquids for boozers but a unique material forming valuable art pieces. Furthermore a chiller alcohol hence is an art substance. The unusual concept was worked out by the American photographers Karen Alpert and Lester Hutt. They present the world what alcohol looks like under a microscope. It’s pretty ridiculous that by the photos you can never tell that they are the photos of this or that alcohol beverage.
These images are reminiscent of avant-garde art, in fact, are photos of molecules of different alcoholic drinks made under the microscope. Lester Hutt, in a special way drained a drop of alcohol, turning them into crystallized carbohydrates, and only then shot them with a 1000-fold zoom. As a result we can now have a clearly-cut idea about the alcohol we sip and how it will look inside us.
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