I love when art is displayed in a manner that leaves it free to individual interpretation, without reading the list of materials from which these portraits were made, they could easily be read as something so much more than simply the viewing of water and colored ink. Check out this stunning collection, quite brilliantly captured by Italian photographer Alberto Seveso, that showcases an array of underwater landscapes exploding at the brim with rich color, bold graphics and exquisite detailing. The sharp contrast in pigment as the varying hues start to mix together brings with it an unexpected visual that has a way of drawing you in.
Images via: behance
Written by: Georgette Mosley