The ink apparatus aims to study self-organisation via the use of ink on various textured surfaces. More parameters had taken part in this experiment, such as distance, colour, textures, and densities. Each combination creates a unique composition of ink splatters. The apparatus has been designed to host a camera which has recorded the results seen in our photo gallery. The recordings have been analysed digitally and studied in slow motion videos and high resolution still images. A series of colours and textures had been used in order to understand the liquid boundaries and flows. The outcome of this exercise had been used as the primary parameters for the development of an ecologic masterplan in order to enhance the reproduction of corals on artificial coral reefs.