Multitalented artist Jeremy Lepisto combines hand-blown glass with black and white photos of urban scenes. The innovative process involves “printing” the photos on the inside of the glass. 

The water inside warps the image into strangely beautiful scenes. 

Industrial Photos Printed Onto Mini Water Towers 

via Zeutch

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