art blog - Monobrow - empty kingdom

In creating art, what is more important: the process or the outcome? Monobrow, an artist based out of Yekaterinburg, Russia, explores this idea in his Eternal Flame series marking the the 70th anniversary of the star of World War II.

Monobrow created a series of large-scale portraits of Russian soldiers out of wood panels covered with gasoline or water soaked gauze strips, and live Molotov cocktails as the final touch. How fitting.

art blog - Monobrow - empty kingdom

art blog - Monobrow - empty kingdom

art blog - Monobrow - empty kingdom

art blog - Monobrow - empty kingdom

art blog - Monobrow - empty kingdom

art blog - Monobrow - empty kingdom

art blog - Monobrow - empty kingdom

art blog - Monobrow - empty kingdom

art blog - Monobrow - empty kingdom

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