It’s not Jackson Pollack, but the drippy strands of colored paint create a beautiful swirl when applied using a drill bit. In their newest video, the Slow-Mo Guys captured the event at 2,500 frames per second, and slowed it way down to show the forces of nature in action as the duo test their experimental painting technique.
But this is not the first time that YouTubers, Dan Gruchy and Gavin Free, have used paint in their slow-motion experiments. Check out their awesome experiment below to see the gravity-defying effects of a speaker on paint. Also below is their video of miniature paint explosions that is 600 times slower than what the eye can see.