Flowers + UV

02023-01-05 | Photography | 2 comments

In Between Art and Science, Debora Lombardi harnesses the creative potential of ultraviolet light. The Italy-based designer and photographer splashes single flowers with the radiation, unveiling an entire spectrum of colors otherwise invisible to the human eye: saturated purple and blue tones delineate the veins in a leaf and yellows add a neon-like glow to stamen rich with pollen, transforming the blooms into otherworldly specimens.
Bathed in Ultraviolet Light, Single Flowers Glow with Radiant, Saturated Color — Colossal

What an artist does during lockdown… The result is beautiful photos.


  1. Ali

    Such lovely, vibrant colors.

  2. James

    Some of those flower images resemble underwater life forms!


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