Ruslan Khasanov mixes colored ink, oil and soap to create magnificent techicolour patterns

Posted in Art, Short Films
By Sam Bathe on 2 Aug 2013

Known for his experiments with liquid typography, Russian graphic designer Ruslan Khasanov plays with the interaction between ink, oil and soap, or lack there of. Cutting the segments to sounds from Boris Blank, Ruslan’s short video could go on and on, with each blend of the liquids presenting an entirely unique composition.

Check out more of Ruslan’s experiments on his site:

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