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Matchsticks: Photographer Playing with Matches II[1] author: Stanislav Aristov (Russia)
Description A matchstick is something ordinary and simple that one could hardly imagine it could become an object of art. Also, a burning desire to create something beautiful has led Russian photographer Stanislav Aristov to come up with incredible mini sculpture made form spent matches.

Also known as Pol Tergejst, Stanislav Aristov unveils the artistic potential of matches in his “Matchsticks” series of art photos - he literally plays with fire by bending the matches into the desired shape while they were burning and the using a macro lens and studio flash to shoot the fire, matches and smoke around it.

Stanislav Aristov said the idea came to him completely by accident:
“I was playing with a pack of matches while I was deciding what to photograph for a competition. It was while I was watching the match that I began to think of how it represents life. There is the burnt part representing the past, the smoke of memories left and the untouched part of the match the future.”

More information at poltergejst.com



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