Israeli artist and photographer Moses Hacmon has come out with a spellbinding collection of photos called "Faces of Water" — a project described as "part art, part science, part spiritual awakening." Hacmon spent ten years developing a way to photograph the "motion" of water, and his swirling, hypnotic results are rather spectacular. As Wired reports, Hacmon's technique involves a customized type of film that uses a "layer of liquid iron" to record and capture the movements of water. The Los Angeles-based artist launched a crowdfunding campaign earlier this month to finance the production of large prints of his images, which he plans to exhibit publicly.