.I love Melvin Sokolsky's famed "Bubble" series, photographed for the Harper's Bazaar Spring 1963 issue. It's fascinating to consider that in a time before Photoshop, these pictures were achieved by actually dangling large glass spheres from cranes. That was one brave model.
Learn more about the shoot in this interview (apparently Sokolsky was partially inspired by Bosch's triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights). He also created a bad-ass "Fly" series, which seems so perfect for Halloween. Check it out!
Seen via Pretty Zoo, with other images found here.