Martin Waugh produces gorgeous images of fluids in motion–something he calls Liquid Sculpture. As you’d expect, creating the images depends on high-speed photography. Related: Marc Pawliger points out the 10-nanosecond exposures needed to capture nuclear fireballs.
"This seems more like a John Nack item…" writes John Dowdell, and so it is, but I’ve been delayed in posting it (dang actual job slowing me down): Little People is "a tiny street art project" that leaves tiny figures around London. [Via] It makes me think of the miniature food sculptures of French pastry chef/photographer team Akiko Ida and Pierre Javelle. For my part, I used to carry around a GI Joe head that I’d photograph in all kinds of situations (say, the middle of Death Valley). I named him Sgt. Goldbug, after the little Richard Scarry creation who’d hide somewhere on every page.