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Incredible photographs capture the body-shattering war of the porcelain people

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Martin Klimas drops porcelain statues and photographs them at the moment they shatter, creating scenes with incredible senses of movement. You can almost imagine that the figures in these pictures are actually alive, and that their bodies blow apart each time they make contact.

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I would love to see an animation inspired by these shattering effects, although I imagine the bodies might have reassemble their bits in pieces. Otherwise, no one will ever get anything done.

[Martin Klimas via Geekologie]

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franknstein
FrankN.Stein

Don't push too far

Your dreams are china in your hand!

(Wait - wrong T'Pau....)