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Light & Jelly by Le Creative Sweatshop
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Light & Jelly is an experimental project which saw still-life photographer Fabrice Fouillet collaborate with Le Creative Sweatshop to create these fantastical compositions you see before you. The jelly's clean lines, gradation of hues, and attraction to static objects, results in the realization of some kind of crazy acid drop. As to the why and how of this project, there has yet to be an explanation published. All that we know is that it exists, and it is beautiful.

Light & Jelly by Le Creative Sweatshop
© Le Creative Sweatshop

Light & Jelly by Le Creative Sweatshop
© Le Creative Sweatshop

Light & Jelly by Le Creative Sweatshop
© Le Creative Sweatshop

Light & Jelly by Le Creative Sweatshop
© Le Creative Sweatshop

Light & Jelly by Le Creative Sweatshop
© Le Creative Sweatshop

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