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Water Wigs by Tim Tadder

Water Wigs by Tim Tadder. Water Wigs is a dynamic set of images using exploding shaped water balloons lit with a triad of colors, to create incredible splashes on the heads of bald men. The result is interesting and arresting "wigs" of water.

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Los Angeles-based photographer Tim Tadder gives us physics-defying series about people wearing hair made out of water in ‘Water Wigs’ and ‘Water Wigs Women’.

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A Photographer Threw Water Balloons At Bald Men, The Moments He Captured Will Blow Your Mind!

Exploding Water Balloons Create Hilarious Wigs - My Modern Metropolis

Exploding Water Balloons Create Hilarious Wigs

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The photographer Tim Tadder captures people at the very moment of the explosion of water filled baloons. This colored and dynamic pictures series named "Water wigs" give the feeling that men wear real wigs on their head Harbour Tadder

Tim Tadder's "Water Wigs": water shot at bald men, with interesting lighting,

Incredible Photos of Bald Dudes and Exploding Water Balloons

Tim Tadder gathered a bunch of awesome bald men and hurled water balloons at their heads capturing the explosion of water at various intervals. He named this project, "Water Wigs.

Water wigs by Tim Tadder

Water Wigs series by Tim Tadder. Each one shows a bald man having a water balloon exploded over his head, creating a haloing ‘wig’.

That's an Interesting Hat - Popped Water Balloon Hat - Tim Tadder

Water Wigs Women, Photos of Water Balloons Exploding on Bald Women’s Heads

"Water Wigs": Behind the Scenes with Tim Tadder's Photos. Art and science collide in photographer Tim Tadder’s series “Water Wigs” and “Water Wigs Women”.

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