As part of their final project for a photography class, two students swallowed pieces of 35mm film and collected the pieces after they were digested. The results are pretty striking to say the least.
Titled "Inside Out," Luke Evans and Joshua Lake digested, excreted out (making for probably the most awkward dark room on the planet) and washed these pieces of film. The damaged results to the emulsion surface were then scanned under an electron microscope, forming some rather beautiful pieces of abstract art.
Of course, anything magnified several hundreds of times always looks pretty awesome; but the somewhat unorthodox ways in which these visuals have been produced makes for a unique premise.
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