Stardust: Images of Galaxies Made from the Dust Left Behind by Archaeological Artifacts

For photographer Corinne Schulze, dust is a portal to constellations far, far away. In her series "Stardust", she utilizes the patterns made from dust left behind by ancient anthropological specimens to create images that evoke distant galaxies against the blackness of space. The titles of each image refer to the objects that were photographed for scientific investigation, reminding us that everything returns to the elements it was created from over the passing of time.

Image above: Bones
Potsherds

Human Remains

Pottery

Shells

Dog, Human, Fish, Deer, and Bird Remains

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via [Wired]