German Photographer Marcus Reugels takes pictures of water droplets refracting an image of a planet behind them, making them each appear to contain a lil world (prior: MC Escher droplet). Aaaaaaah, we're all gonna drown! Just kidding, but this does remind me of that cat in Men In Black that carries a whole galaxy around on its collar. Marcus sells prints of his work on his website and also takes requests in case you've got something special in mind. "I'm gonna get one of my penis!" Ha, I said special. BURN! Your girlfriend agrees though is the thing.
Hit the jump for several more earths, a moon, Jupiter, Spider Man and Batman and a picture of his setup.
Marcus' Website (currently down)
Miniature Liquid Worlds by Markus Reugels [thisiscollosal]
Thanks to Amanda, one of those tipsters that likes to leave things on Geekologie's Facebook wall and make me work for my carrot.
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