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Like electrons colliding with the Earth’s atmosphere during the Aurora Borealis, the light spectrum explodes when it strikes a glass surface in the photographs of Shane Griffin. Neon hues create dazzling displays in these spectacular bursts of light and color. Griffin, a New York-based artist, works at the intersection of art and technology, experimenting with new mediums to create his work. His new Chromatic series is essentially an artistic physics experiment involving macro perspective and lens aberrations.
Inspired by the chroma shift caused by cheap lenses in a new pair of glasses, Griffin decided → READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE & LEARN MORE HERE
Source:: The Creators Project