0
Shares

Over Your Skin: Experimental Video by Ruslan Khasanov

Published Oct 9, 2017

“Over Your Skin” is another experimental project by visual artist Ruslan Khasanov.

“The idea to shoot macro video with skin, according to the folds of which flowing paint, came to my mind in 2014. I often work with paints and my hands are constantly stained dirty, because I do not wear latex gloves while working. One day, I just looked at my hands dirty with paint and I liked the way the colors blended, the way they filled the folds on my palm.

After 3 years, I decided to develop this idea and shoot a video in which the paint will flow not only on the hands but also on the other parts of the body, I wanted to explore how different patterns on different areas of human skin. Under the macro lens it looks like satellite images where the folds of the skin looks as a riverbed along which multicolored river flow.
Basically in the video appears fingers, palms, those places of skin where there are more deep folds. At this time, apart from the hands I applied paint on the lips and nipples too. The way the paint flowing down from the top of the nipple and spreads over the aureole reminded me of a volcanic eruption, especially this analogy is noticeable with a fluorescent orange paint.”

More art on the grid via Behance

POSTED BY

IG Team

0
Shares

More articles

Australian artist creates the largest public artwork in the Southern Hemisphere

All things red — Color Inspiration No.1

7 ways to get your creative mojo back

Looking for inspiration? Follow these Instagram accounts

You might like these too

The future ain’t the same as it used to be: Animation by Chris Labrooy

Chris Labrooy is clearly one of our favorite CG artists (see for yourself) and his latest collaboration with Contour Studio is nothing short of amazing.…

Animated Eurovision Tribute by The-Artery Design Lab

NYC-based studio The-Artery collaborated with several artists to produce this animated feature celebrating the 2019 Eurovision song competition. More motion design Visit their website

Digital Artworks by Sven Hauth

Recent selection of work by talented German digital artist Sven Hauth. More digital art via Behance

Three-Dimensional Soft Bodies: Animations by Felipe Goldsack

‘3D Strange Soft Bodies’ is a personal project by Chilean artist Felipe Goldsack, created using Cinema 4d and Octane render. More motion design via Behance

#want

How far is a light year? Art Print

Cooluli Mini Fridge

LEFF Amsterdam Portable Bluetooth Speaker

Back to the Future Replica License Plate

Suck UK Pencil Sharpener Desk Tidy

Funko Pop! Artists: Vincent Van Gogh

These are affiliate links to Amazon and other partner brands. We may earn a small commission if you click the link and make a purchase.
There is no extra cost to you, so it’s just a nice way to help support the site.

Follow Inspiration Grid

Related

inspiration

The future ain’t the same as it used to be: Animation by Chris Labrooy

Animated Eurovision Tribute by The-Artery Design Lab

Digital Artworks by Sven Hauth

Three-Dimensional Soft Bodies: Animations by Felipe Goldsack

Tecnicontrol: Art Installation & Motion Graphics by GMUNK

Living Interface: Promotional Video by Onesal Studio

Collide: Immersive Art Installation by Onformative

Instafluids: Digital Artworks by Leonardo Betti

Awesome products for creatives

How far is a light year? Art Print

Cooluli Mini Fridge

LEFF Amsterdam Portable Bluetooth Speaker

Back to the Future Replica License Plate

Suck UK Pencil Sharpener Desk Tidy

Funko Pop! Artists: Vincent Van Gogh

These are affiliate links to Amazon and other partner brands. We may earn a small commission if you click the link and make a purchase.
There is no extra cost to you, so it’s just a nice way to help support the site.

Inspiration
in your inbox

Amazing art & design, never any spam.

Thanks for subscribing!
We'll be in touch soon.

We care about protecting your data. Please refer to our Privacy Policy for more.



© 2019 Inspiration Grid, all rights reserved. Some of our posts may contain affiliate links to partner brands. We earn a small commission if you click the link and make a purchase. There is no extra cost to you, so it’s just a nice way to help support the site. All images, videos, and other content posted on the site is attributed to their creators and original sources. If you see something wrong here or you would like to have it removed, please contact us.