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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stanislav Aristov / Rex Features (2014093q)    Hot Stuff: Art That's Literally On Fire  Some bright spark has set the art world alight and created these amazing images using spent matches and fire.     Stanislav Aristov, 30, makes the miniature sculptures by bending the matches into the desired shape while they are burning and then using a macro lens and studio flash he shoots the fire, matches and smoke.     Highlights include seasonal sculptures of a brightly lit Christmas tree and a burning star.     As well as a host of fiery animals including a matchstick dragonfly, a glowing butterfly and a tail-blazing lizard made out of the charred remains of matches.    The artist from Yekaterinburg in Russia said: "I came across this type of art 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.    "The fire is the life. Matches of course are quite normal objects but it turned out they can be presented in very unusual ways."    MUST CREDIT PICTURES TO:  Stanislav Aristov/Rex Features    For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/CEWOWSOOU

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stanislav Aristov / Rex Features (2014093q)
Hot Stuff: Art That’s Literally On Fire
Some bright spark has set the art world alight and created these amazing images using spent matches and fire.
Stanislav Aristov, 30, makes the miniature sculptures by bending the matches into the desired shape while they are burning and then using a macro lens and studio flash he shoots the fire, matches and smoke.
Highlights include seasonal sculptures of a brightly lit Christmas tree and a burning star.
As well as a host of fiery animals including a matchstick dragonfly, a glowing butterfly and a tail-blazing lizard made out of the charred remains of matches.
The artist from Yekaterinburg in Russia said: “I came across this type of art 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.
“The fire is the life. Matches of course are quite normal objects but it turned out they can be presented in very unusual ways.”
MUST CREDIT PICTURES TO:
Stanislav Aristov/Rex Features
For more information visit http://www.rexfeatures.com/stacklink/CEWOWSOOU

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