The Wild Effect of Centrifugal Force on Toys Soaked with Paint by Peter Schafrick

The Wild Effect of Centrifugal Force on Toys Soaked with Paint by Peter Schafrick toys paint

The Wild Effect of Centrifugal Force on Toys Soaked with Paint by Peter Schafrick toys paint

The Wild Effect of Centrifugal Force on Toys Soaked with Paint by Peter Schafrick toys paint

The Wild Effect of Centrifugal Force on Toys Soaked with Paint by Peter Schafrick toys paint

The Wild Effect of Centrifugal Force on Toys Soaked with Paint by Peter Schafrick toys paint

The Wild Effect of Centrifugal Force on Toys Soaked with Paint by Peter Schafrick toys paint

The Wild Effect of Centrifugal Force on Toys Soaked with Paint by Peter Schafrick toys paint

Anytime you dump gobs of colorful paint on toys and add liberal amounts of centrifugal force, I’m in. Such is the case with these high speed images shot by photographer Peter Schafrick of paint-soaked Barbie dolls, dog chew toys, and tennis balls. Schafrick created a special rig dubbed the Spinster that allows him to quickly launch each dripping object into a spin at which point he snaps a shot. See more here.