Featured Image for Black Hole: amazing photography of paint by Fabian Oefner
Photography TRENDING

Black Hole: amazing photography of paint by Fabian Oefner

These incredible photographs by Fabian Oefner were made by paint, a metallic rod, a drill, and a high-speed camera. Using special sensors, the camera captures the image precisely as the drill begins to spin. The paint flies off of the drill 1/40000 of a second after the drill is turned on, and the beautiful design is created purely by centripetal force. The resulting photographs are absolutely stunning.

Fabien Oefner Black Hole
Fabien Oefner Black Hole
Fabien Oefner Black Hole
Fabien Oefner Black Hole
Fabien Oefner Black Hole
Fabien Oefner Black Hole
Fabien Oefner Black Hole
Fabien Oefner Black Hole
Fabien Oefner Black Hole

About the author

Rebekah is a graphic design student living in South Carolina obsessed with all things design, technology, and J. Crew. When she’s not frantically working on projects for class, you can usually find her drinking large amounts of coffee with her laptop close beside.

FAEM (Found At E Minor) is a reader-generated video initiative from Lost At E Minor. From cool tech ideas, to inspiring art, music, travel and more. If you have a video (like this, for instance) you think we should feature, then tell us about it!
Want to work for Lost At E Minor? We're on the hunt for talented and enthusiastic freelance creatives or interns to join our video team. If you think you have what it takes to write posts and produce simple videos for Lost at E Minor, get in contact now.