Melting Stills

Skilled artist and photographer Nick Knight has recently launched a body of work in London, which took him nearly 10 years to develop. Taking large scale floral photography, inspired by 16th century still life paintings, Nick exposes the prints to heat and water during the printing process which results in the most unique and breathtaking hybrid of photography and painting.

(images viaย Trendland)

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  1. Mira wrote:

    I would give anything if I could paint too. Love the images <3
    xo

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    1.23.13
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  2. Amazing pictures!!!!

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  3. love these paintings!! ๐Ÿ™‚ xo, Alma
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    1.23.13
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  4. Denisa wrote:

    Very nice. I am painting too I like it and I like colors. Have a nice day,

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    1.23.13
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  5. EUGENIA wrote:

    ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER AMAZING POST BY HONESTLY WTF:) I LOVE YOU REALLY. AND I NEVER KNEW NICK KNIGHT DOES THESE. THANK YOU FOR SHARING

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  6. Laura wrote:

    Amazing pics !!
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    1.23.13
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  7. Love the dripping art from a few posts below even more – but this is cool, too. Worlds (or motifs within) that are changing kind of always remind me of Stephen King and make me want to read more of his works (even though I just finished “Duma Key.”) Reality and its perception is definitely a highly interesting topic!
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  8. That work is amazing!

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  9. rachael wrote:

    these are cool. not surprising, since they’re pictures of flowersss…

    1.23.13
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  10. Viveca wrote:

    They’re so pretty!

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  11. amalie wrote:

    wowww these are amazing!
    x

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  12. WOW! these are unbelievably gorgeous!

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  13. An amazing take on still photography. Beautiful!

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  14. Nadja wrote:

    oh wow, how did he do this??? looks so interesting! gives “old” looking pictures a completely new point of view ๐Ÿ™‚ great!

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  15. These are stunning!

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  16. Sheri wrote:

    WOW! You always find the most amazing artist’s with the most dazzling artwork! Thanks so much for sharing these artist’s. You rock! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Best wishes,

    Sheri
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  17. Sophie wrote:

    These are so cool! Love the colors xx

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  18. J. wrote:

    wooow, love this!

    1.23.13
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  19. SO beautiful! The colors, the new point of view, everything. Perfect art.

    xoxo
    Juliette Laura
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    1.23.13
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  20. Sheri wrote:

    Absolutly amazing! I was convinced this was a painting at first glance.

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  21. Melissa G wrote:

    I like the concept.

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  22. Oh my god. This is amazing. These are so beautiful.

    1.24.13
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  23. sechy wrote:

    Amazing! Love your blog so much ladies!

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    1.25.13
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  24. Laura wrote:

    WOW… thank you for this lovely blog! amazing pictures =)

    1.26.13
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  25. Lucy wrote:

    wow, who could have thought you could make a still so modern

    1.26.13
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  26. alexandra wrote:

    awesome I love the colors they are powerful colors

    6.22.13
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  27. alexandra wrote:

    I love the powerful colors in the art that is so awesome art

    6.22.13
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  28. Vanessa wrote:

    Ahhh melting flowers! I love it!

    <3
    Vanessa

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    10.27.13
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