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Wind Sculptures by Giuseppe Lo Schiavo

Published Feb 26, 2015

“Wind Sculptures” is a breathtaking series by Italian artist and photographer Giuseppe Lo Schiavo.

The project explores moments in time, unpredictable sculptures created by the wind and captured by a high-speed camera.

The entire project was shot around Europe, Italy, Greece, France, Switzerland, Portugal and UK.

“The material used for these wind sculptures is a space weather blanket, a special low-weight and very thin aluminium sheet, gold or silver, developed by NASA in 1964 for the US space program. It is used for emergency kits as a thermal insulation or as a locator-beacon.”

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