A German photographer, Martin Klimas, done his degree in Visual Communications from Fachhochschule Dusseldorf. His photographs explore relationships with time, beauty and destruction. In his high-speed photographs, he captures temporary sculpture that comes together for a moment, creating a comforting notion that something beautiful can be created out of chaos.
Showcase of his work:
To find out “What does music look like?”, He selected some dynamic and percussive music, puts splatters of paint on a translucent sheet over the diaphragm of a speaker and then turns up the volume. The vibrations of the speaker send the paint up into the air, creating beautiful patterns and sculptural forms, and he capture the results through the eye of his camera. via Telegraph