Tiny Bubbles: William LeGoullon's Images of the World's Most Consumed Beverages

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Phoenix-based artist William LeGoullon was recently featured on the national art/music/pop culture blog, Lost at E Minor for his micro-graph images of the most consumed beverages in the world (besides water): Coffee, Beer, Wine, Tea, and Coca-Cola.

His still untitled series of beverage photographs are created using a microscope mounted camera. Talk about tiny bubbles.

LeGoullon received his BFA right here from the Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts at Arizona State University and while you might have seen some of his work already you can currently see his exhibition at The Arizona Biennial '11 at the Tucson Museum of Art.

William LeGoullon can also be found online on his website William LeGoullon Photography, his blog or on twitter (@LeGoullon).

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