This is a series titled 'Water Wigs' by photographer Tim Tadder and his cohorts. It features bald men with wigs made from water as a result of thrown water balloons popping on their heads. Neat, but I still want mine made out of chocolate milk.
We just finished shooting a new project we call Water Wigs. The concept is simple and it is another visual exploration of something new and totally different. We found a bunch of awesome bald men and hurled water balloons at their heads, to capture the explosion of water at various intervals. The result a new head of of water hair! We used a laser and sound trigger to capture the right moments for each subject to create just the head of hair that fit best with the face.
I actually got this tip several times and every time I read the headline as 'Water Wings' and was all, damn, Geekologie tipsters are being f***ing spazzy today -- water wings have been around foreeeeever. I used to splash around in the pool with those things on in like, 2010.
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Thanks to Steve, allison, KTG, Marbles and Tony B, who have all worn wigs made out of spaghetti before and insist they've never felt sexier. I believe it.
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, i like the jesus one
, oh man i remember one time i threw a water balloon at my roommate when he was in his room and it exploded all over his laptop and i had to buy him a new one
, ooh ooh -- do me do me!
, taking pictures
, who needs hair when you can constantly have water balloons popped on your head amirite? (in this case i am notrite is the thing)