Only three ingredients are required to create a beautiful sculpture and wood is not one of them. If you have a camera, a bottle of colourful ink, and head filled with creative ideas, you can come up with something truly remarkable - just like Bristol-based illustrator and photographer Alberto Seveso did in his newest collection of underwater ink photographs.
The artist mixed ink with metallic powders and suspended them in different fluids to create sculpture-like forms. By their irregularity and complexity, they look almost alive. One could imagine they are mountains or underwater plants of unusual shape. The fluids were captured in the moment, for a second before dissolving into oblivion.
If you'd like to see more of Seveso's inspiring photography and illustration, check out his portfolio.