The story of Nail Art

It’s incredible how the wide range of life situations, feelings and emotions can be expressed and conveyed by simple nails. Power of art add Genius of creator, making up the nail art from Vlad Artazov. Let’s begin to listen to the story those nails try to tell us.

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

nails art by Vlad Artazov

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  1. I really enjoyed the one of the nail on the bench with the slouched posture with the couple in the background. It’s a powerful photo to me.

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  2. I’m a hopeful student of filmmaking and it’s stuff like this that continues to spread and teach the unique qualities that can be taken from photography. Sometimes I think that we’ve lost it when it comes to true storytelling and art, but it’s art like this that continues to prove me wrong. Much appreciated.

    Thank you so much for posting this. I’m going bookmark this url for inspiration when I need it.

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  3. LAME.
    Could he only afford a couple nails to bend?
    It appears to be the same nail used in different scenes on many of these”art” pics.
    Not alot here that couldnt be done with my som=ns train set props and about 2 hours.
    Art has its critics and this is crap. Should straighten those nails and drive em into the deck being built.

    Waste of 5 minutes

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  4. Themes I noticed were SEX, more sex, infidelity, prostitution, prison, strippers, love, boxing, awkwardness, religion,concentration and rest and relaxation. All this from simple nails, pretty dang creative if you ask me, but you didn’t so I will crawl back to my hole…

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  5. I love it! Lot of creativity and innovation. Thanks =)

    J’adore! Rempli de créativité et d’innovation. Merci =)

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  6. Creative and inusited. I really enjoyed it.
    Great use of frames and light, and entertaining situations as well.
    Congrats!

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  7. Clever, very evocative.
    Love the hooker in the background of the car shot. Never would have thought a nail could be sexy!
    You could make a great short film with this concept. (Not the hooker, just the concept as a whole, although a hooker could certainly be part of it!
    Ignore the hater on 27, I think he has no soul.

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  8. Wow, they’re all great… I never thought that nails could be so human-like…
    The contrast between shadows and lights is amazing too!!

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  9. That’s like a human spirit..Very cool and successful effort..everything is living thanks to you even if nails..congratulations..

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  10. Incredible. Again, seems to be the only person who finds artwork and creativity a bad thing is someone who generalises and thinks that “it’s all just crap”. Ignore. They’d say that about anything which inspires, motivates, and gives light to a dark world.

    Personally, I loved it. You’ve come up with an amazing idea, you’re very talented, and it’s refreshing to see something other than painting or iron-sculpture. Thank you for inspiring me and making my day brighter. That is all I could have asked for.

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  11. wow. just wow. such creative use of everyday objects. I thought it was just amazing. The way that they all show such strong emotion and personalization is fantastic. I loved it.

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  12. What is this? I’m struggling to see the point of this whatsoever… It’s not creative enough that other people wouldn’t think of doing it, and it’s not niche or difficult enough that others wouldn’t be able to do it just as well. The scenes are boring and the creativity? Well, it just clearly goes to show that some people like wasting their time bending tiny bits of metal into lifeless art projects. Really not that impressive at all. Original, but that’s because no-one has ever been retarded enough to pursue such a pathetically mind-numbing and dull project before.

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  13. To Johnson McFarley,

    Of course you are free to be so negative, but who are you anyway? A nobody, I’m afraid. Can you show us some “real” art? Of course not, unless you consider having destructive criticism as a art. In that case you are a master artist. Bah!

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  14. I love your blog. This is very interesting, i tried to make some designs like this after I saw it for the first time and I was totally dumbfounded. I couldn’t even make anything worth while. These creations are marvelous keep up the wonderful site. Thanks.

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  15. Absolutely amazing! Was not was I was thinking it would be, but pleasantly surprised. Very creative, expressive, witty! yep, like others have said … you nailed it! Great job, unbelievable!

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