Sharon Harper builds incredible photographs of the night sky by layering multiple exposures that have been captured over a period of months. The result is her inspiring series, Moon Studies and Star Scratches.
One of my pieces that made it’s public debut was this motion shot that I capture while on set of Thirty Seconds to Mars ”Up In The Air” video. This is definitely up there as one of my favorite shots I’ve ever taken in my life.
A compound mobius strip created out of 36 interlocking mobius strips. All segments are thin mobius strips, and they weave and interlock perfectly through the spaces left between them. Highly complex, and a headache to look at, yet it possesses an inherent mathematical simplicity and beauty.