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Dripping Paint Has Never Been So Mesmerizing

Holton Rower's "pour painting" timelapse is back to break the internet—one drip at a time.

It's unlikely that watching paint drip has ever been as transfixing as it is in the video below. Which is likely why the five-year old clip of the making of Holton Rower's "pour paintings" has re-broken the internet with its morphing, mushy magic.

Stop what you're doing and double-click the play button immediately: this is the kind of beautiful mess you want to watch in fullscreen. 

Visit The Hole NYC's website to see Holton Rower's colorful final products.

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