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Pacific Light: Water, ink, oil, and soap form a tiny universe of color

Pacific Light, a mix of water, ink, oil, and soap, filmed and edited by Russian designer Ruslan Khasanov, who works on side projects that experiment with physics and design.

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Related DIY experiment: get some milk, dish soap, food coloring, and a plate, and then watch this.

via Co.Design.

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