Fabian Oefner adds to his series of exploded-view car photographs. Disintegrating X features a restored Lamborghini Miura. Oefner shot over 2500 photos over the course of 2 years to complete this composite piece. Prints are on sale at M.A.D. Gallery Geneva for $5000+.
Ever since the Hydraulic Press Channel broke big, people have been clamoring for a Slow-Mo Guys collab. While that has yet to happen, Gav and Dan headed to a machine shop with their high-speed camera and exploded a deck of playing cards at 28,500 fps.
Photographer Fabian Oefner continues his series on exploded exotic cars with five more prints. Disintegrating II features the Auto Union Type C, Maserati 250F, Ford GT40, Bugatti 57 SC and Porsche 956. Each image took Fabian 2 months and over 2,000 photos to make.
Currently on exhibit at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in NYC, IKON is a collection of exploded anatomical diagrams of famous celebrities, characters and landmarks by street artist and painter Nychos. It’s on display until 7/23/16.
The Science Channel uses its awesome animated exploded diagrams to discuss the fundamental parts of digital video projectors, particularly the ones used in cinemas. Those tiny mirrors are mind-blowing.
Sketchfab contributor d0rkmushr00m used MagicaVoxel to make this awesome 3D voxel model of the original 128k Apple Macintosh. The exploded drawing shows the full innards and outards (is that a word?) of the classic Mac. Read how it was created here. (Thanks Brent!)
“The Meat Planet was formed 15 billion years ago, when an early god exploded or something at 40,000 mph.” Darren Cullen & Mark Tolson remixed Carl Sagan’s lines from Cosmos to create this hilarious profile of The Meat Planet.
Smooth surfaces. Perfect shapes. Palette swaps. Movable light source. Exploded objects. Green screens. Glitches. Copy. Paste. Edit. Synthesized. Created. Alan Warburton’sSpherical Harmonics is a surreal exhibition of the nature of CGI.
Composite photographs by Fabian Oefner showing exploded views of detailed scale models of classic sports cars. Fabian painstakingly disassembled the models then took a picture of each part separately. More here and here.
Todd McLellan takes a dual approach to making exploded pictures of objects. While he did shoot the disassembled objects in the usual chaotic fashion, he also took pictures of the parts neatly laid out.