MicroWorld by Alan Jaras

Alan Jaras is a rather unorthodox photographer who takes some rather extraordinary photos. A lot of his works deal with capturing light, which technically is all photography is, but I mean streaks of abstract, colored light. What really caught my eye though was this series he’s created called MicroWorld.

Using a scanning electron microscope he’s able to capture some of the smallest details of our world, which end up looking like tiny, strange worlds. This certainly isn’t new but he’s quite consistent with uploading new images, and well, they’re just rad to look at.

Found through Ian Coyle


4 Comments MicroWorld by Alan Jaras

  1. pedro freenandes May 1, 2010 at 12:12 PM

    It looks like the architectural studies of Lebbeus Woods :)

  2. ikea May 2, 2010 at 7:08 PM

    the first one looks like something from mario, haha

  3. Chris May 2, 2010 at 9:18 PM

    This first one’s so cool. It looks like mountains made out of fortune cookies.

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