While working on a shoot with some colleagues, commercial advertising photographer Tim Tadder found that water made interesting shapes when dropped onto mannequins’ heads, particularly when said mannequins were bald.
Soon, Tadder found himself holding an open call for bald-headed men to come in and be photographed while having water balloons chucked at their heads. He also laid long, thin balloons over their heads and popped them with a laser. The result is a series called Water Wigs, in which water serves as a stand-in for a hairstyle. It looks surprisingly convincing—and pretty funny.