Monday, June 27, 2011

The Eternal Flame of Mother Russia — t-radya

T-radya is a street artist from Russia, who made these great paintings of dead WWII russian soldiers. He placed bandages on wooden boards and ignite them to obtain this particular burned effect. They used molotov to ignite the boards...









33 comments:

  1. Looks sick, but one of those things you have to see live..

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  2. thats some sick art man, very interesting

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  3. Those are crazy, what an interesting way of doing it.

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  4. This reminds me a lot of this artist who would project video of these people telling secrets onto these buildings. They were these huge video installations, like the projection would cover the whole building.

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  5. thats a pretty unique way to make art!!

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  6. wow, that's crazy. but crazy is what's good these days!

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  7. I bet the best part of his job is when he throws the molotov cocktail at the wall. Pretty cool shit though

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  8. I really, really dig this. Words can't express the awe i'm in looking at those and knowing how they were made. Absolutely stunning.

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  9. hahah unique arts indeed. cool stuff.
    +follow

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  10. pretty awesome...invokes a lot of feeling

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  11. incredible.... i'll have to look into more of his work. thanks +followed

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  12. If that's not expressionism what is. What a innovative technique.

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  13. This is some weird and violent shit. Still very good though.

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  14. Very unique, I'd love to see it in person

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  15. Now that is a really neat way to draw. awesome post man.

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  16. Not what I would call beautiful, but well interesting :) followed

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  17. using a molotov cocktail to ignite it was surely just showing off...

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  18. I like this, never seen that medium before.

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  19. This guy is like the Russian version of Bansky.
    Awesome art to commemorate some of the big heroes of the wars Russia fought in.

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  20. I would love to see a video of him making one of these, seems pretty difficult.

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  21. Wonderful artwork !!! Love the post.

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  22. Awesome absolutely awesome :)

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