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O artista russo Stanislav Aristov criou uma interessante série fotográfica, na qual usa a chama, a fumaça e a forma de fósforos queimados para fazer arte. Entre as inusitadas composições podemos encontrar um violão, uma pinheiro, uma lâmpada e um caramujo. Os recursos usados pelo artista propõe um impacto visual impressionante.

In a photo series called 'Matches', Russian photographer Stanislav Aristov creates miniature fire sculptures, using nothing but.

Broken. (Damn you, Mercury!)

The Light Bulb Ban: A Simple Explanation. The news is full of stories about the 100 watt light bulb ban. Some outlets call this an outright ban on incandescents. Here is a simple explanation of the ban.

“Burning flower by Sorin Petculescu ('what is to give light must endure burning')”

Peeled by Scott Fraser. Oil on board, 27 x 8.25" | Private collection

yellow - peeled lemon - still life painting - Scott Fraser

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Burnt Matchsticks by Russian photo artist Stanislav Aristov

Burnt Matchsticks by Russian photo artist Stanislav Aristov

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Playing With Matches: Mesmerizing Photo Artworks By Stanislav Aristov

Russian photographer Stanislav Aristov, better known by his moniker Pol Tergejst, produces incredibly creative fire and smoke art in his Matches series.

You looking at me?

eroticawithyou: “ THOUGHT…for Today: The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. - Marcel Proust (via introspectivepoet) (photo via.

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Playing With Matches: Mesmerizing Photo Artworks By Stanislav Aristov

Burnt Matchsticks by Russian photo artist Stanislav Aristov

Burnt Matchsticks by Russian photo artist Stanislav Aristov

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