This is a personal ongoing photographic experiment - printing images on wax sheets covered in photographic emulsion.

The idea began with the "Borders series" that led to several excruciating experiments to develop a process that will keep an image permanently stuck to a fragile wax sheet. The image shown here (a photo of a boy in India shot by Ido Shor) is one of the few tests that yielded positive results. The cracks and ridges in the image are actually the thin layer of photographic emulsion folding and stretching upon itself as it shrinks on the wax sheet. This ghostly effect of a fleeting image is exactly what I was looking for in the "Borders series". It will take some time till I mange to perfect this technique on larger scale.
Hopefully I will be able to make many more unique prints like this.