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Burnt Match Art: Sculptures Created Using Fire and Burnt Matches

Stanislav Aristov, talented photographer and I.T. specialist created below amazing tiny sculptures using only fire and spent matches. It all started when Stanislav entered a photo competition in Russia, unable to come up with an idea he struck a match before noticing the incredible patterns formed in the carbon of the used wood – and so the match art was born. Since then Aristov has gone on to fashion some amazing sculptures such as butterfly, caterpillar, boat and even Eiffel tower. It’s a perfect combination of light staging, technical tricks and of course, Photoshop. So glad to see some usual object turned out can be presented in a very unusual ways. So jump into the post and check these really interesting pictures; and you can see more on his gallery at 500px. [source]

1. Swan
Burnt Match Art: Sculptures Created Using Fire and Burnt Matches

2. Dog and Cat
Burnt Match Art: Sculptures Created Using Fire and Burnt Matches
3. Bird?
Burnt Match Art: Sculptures Created Using Fire and Burnt Matches
4. Eiffle
Burnt Match Art: Sculptures Created Using Fire and Burnt Matches
5. Spide
Burnt Match Art: Sculptures Created Using Fire and Burnt Matches
6. Snail
Burnt Match Art: Sculptures Created Using Fire and Burnt Matches
7. Sailboat
Burnt Match Art: Sculptures Created Using Fire and Burnt Matches
8. Heart
Burnt Match Art: Sculptures Created Using Fire and Burnt Matches
9. Fish
Burnt Match Art: Sculptures Created Using Fire and Burnt Matches
10. Gecko
Burnt Match Art: Sculptures Created Using Fire and Burnt Matches
11. Musical Notes
Burnt Match Art: Sculptures Created Using Fire and Burnt Matches
12. Elephant
Burnt Match Art: Sculptures Created Using Fire and Burnt Matches
13. Flower
Burnt Match Art: Sculptures Created Using Fire and Burnt Matches
14. Bow
Burnt Match Art: Sculptures Created Using Fire and Burnt Matches
15. Taiji
Burnt Match Art: Sculptures Created Using Fire and Burnt Matches

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