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Pasha BumazhniyTo contemplate the duality of light and dark, illustrator Pasha Bumazhniy has created a series of works that feature a dark amorphous creature that only emerges from the background only when contrasted with light garments or the flesh of a human. These creatures playfully recreate the poses used in classical painting and their modern day equivalent. The duality of the visible and invisible seems like a great way to explore our relationship with the world around us, whether it be our concept of beauty or the physical space in which we inhabit, especially in relation to other humans.from the Back to dark roots series, 2015from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the Back to dark roots series, 2015from the PL Reborn series, 2014Untitled, 2015, inspired by the song, Sign of life by Zan!from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the Back to dark roots series, 2015, images posted with permission of the artist. Behance | Facebook | Instagram ______See more on:♥ iheartmyart | facebook | twitter | instagram | flickr | mail list | pntrst | sndcldSee more work by Pasha Bumazhniy on iheartmyart.See more illustrations on iheartmyart. Pasha BumazhniyTo contemplate the duality of light and dark, illustrator Pasha Bumazhniy has created a series of works that feature a dark amorphous creature that only emerges from the background only when contrasted with light garments or the flesh of a human. These creatures playfully recreate the poses used in classical painting and their modern day equivalent. The duality of the visible and invisible seems like a great way to explore our relationship with the world around us, whether it be our concept of beauty or the physical space in which we inhabit, especially in relation to other humans.from the Back to dark roots series, 2015from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the Back to dark roots series, 2015from the PL Reborn series, 2014Untitled, 2015, inspired by the song, Sign of life by Zan!from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the Back to dark roots series, 2015, images posted with permission of the artist. Behance | Facebook | Instagram ______See more on:♥ iheartmyart | facebook | twitter | instagram | flickr | mail list | pntrst | sndcldSee more work by Pasha Bumazhniy on iheartmyart.See more illustrations on iheartmyart. Pasha BumazhniyTo contemplate the duality of light and dark, illustrator Pasha Bumazhniy has created a series of works that feature a dark amorphous creature that only emerges from the background only when contrasted with light garments or the flesh of a human. These creatures playfully recreate the poses used in classical painting and their modern day equivalent. The duality of the visible and invisible seems like a great way to explore our relationship with the world around us, whether it be our concept of beauty or the physical space in which we inhabit, especially in relation to other humans.from the Back to dark roots series, 2015from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the Back to dark roots series, 2015from the PL Reborn series, 2014Untitled, 2015, inspired by the song, Sign of life by Zan!from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the Back to dark roots series, 2015, images posted with permission of the artist. Behance | Facebook | Instagram ______See more on:♥ iheartmyart | facebook | twitter | instagram | flickr | mail list | pntrst | sndcldSee more work by Pasha Bumazhniy on iheartmyart.See more illustrations on iheartmyart. Pasha BumazhniyTo contemplate the duality of light and dark, illustrator Pasha Bumazhniy has created a series of works that feature a dark amorphous creature that only emerges from the background only when contrasted with light garments or the flesh of a human. These creatures playfully recreate the poses used in classical painting and their modern day equivalent. The duality of the visible and invisible seems like a great way to explore our relationship with the world around us, whether it be our concept of beauty or the physical space in which we inhabit, especially in relation to other humans.from the Back to dark roots series, 2015from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the Back to dark roots series, 2015from the PL Reborn series, 2014Untitled, 2015, inspired by the song, Sign of life by Zan!from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the Back to dark roots series, 2015, images posted with permission of the artist. Behance | Facebook | Instagram ______See more on:♥ iheartmyart | facebook | twitter | instagram | flickr | mail list | pntrst | sndcldSee more work by Pasha Bumazhniy on iheartmyart.See more illustrations on iheartmyart. Pasha BumazhniyTo contemplate the duality of light and dark, illustrator Pasha Bumazhniy has created a series of works that feature a dark amorphous creature that only emerges from the background only when contrasted with light garments or the flesh of a human. These creatures playfully recreate the poses used in classical painting and their modern day equivalent. The duality of the visible and invisible seems like a great way to explore our relationship with the world around us, whether it be our concept of beauty or the physical space in which we inhabit, especially in relation to other humans.from the Back to dark roots series, 2015from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the Back to dark roots series, 2015from the PL Reborn series, 2014Untitled, 2015, inspired by the song, Sign of life by Zan!from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the Back to dark roots series, 2015, images posted with permission of the artist. Behance | Facebook | Instagram ______See more on:♥ iheartmyart | facebook | twitter | instagram | flickr | mail list | pntrst | sndcldSee more work by Pasha Bumazhniy on iheartmyart.See more illustrations on iheartmyart. Pasha BumazhniyTo contemplate the duality of light and dark, illustrator Pasha Bumazhniy has created a series of works that feature a dark amorphous creature that only emerges from the background only when contrasted with light garments or the flesh of a human. These creatures playfully recreate the poses used in classical painting and their modern day equivalent. The duality of the visible and invisible seems like a great way to explore our relationship with the world around us, whether it be our concept of beauty or the physical space in which we inhabit, especially in relation to other humans.from the Back to dark roots series, 2015from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the Back to dark roots series, 2015from the PL Reborn series, 2014Untitled, 2015, inspired by the song, Sign of life by Zan!from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the Back to dark roots series, 2015, images posted with permission of the artist. Behance | Facebook | Instagram ______See more on:♥ iheartmyart | facebook | twitter | instagram | flickr | mail list | pntrst | sndcldSee more work by Pasha Bumazhniy on iheartmyart.See more illustrations on iheartmyart. Pasha BumazhniyTo contemplate the duality of light and dark, illustrator Pasha Bumazhniy has created a series of works that feature a dark amorphous creature that only emerges from the background only when contrasted with light garments or the flesh of a human. These creatures playfully recreate the poses used in classical painting and their modern day equivalent. The duality of the visible and invisible seems like a great way to explore our relationship with the world around us, whether it be our concept of beauty or the physical space in which we inhabit, especially in relation to other humans.from the Back to dark roots series, 2015from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the Back to dark roots series, 2015from the PL Reborn series, 2014Untitled, 2015, inspired by the song, Sign of life by Zan!from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the Back to dark roots series, 2015, images posted with permission of the artist. Behance | Facebook | Instagram ______See more on:♥ iheartmyart | facebook | twitter | instagram | flickr | mail list | pntrst | sndcldSee more work by Pasha Bumazhniy on iheartmyart.See more illustrations on iheartmyart. Pasha BumazhniyTo contemplate the duality of light and dark, illustrator Pasha Bumazhniy has created a series of works that feature a dark amorphous creature that only emerges from the background only when contrasted with light garments or the flesh of a human. These creatures playfully recreate the poses used in classical painting and their modern day equivalent. The duality of the visible and invisible seems like a great way to explore our relationship with the world around us, whether it be our concept of beauty or the physical space in which we inhabit, especially in relation to other humans.from the Back to dark roots series, 2015from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the Back to dark roots series, 2015from the PL Reborn series, 2014Untitled, 2015, inspired by the song, Sign of life by Zan!from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the Back to dark roots series, 2015, images posted with permission of the artist. Behance | Facebook | Instagram ______See more on:♥ iheartmyart | facebook | twitter | instagram | flickr | mail list | pntrst | sndcldSee more work by Pasha Bumazhniy on iheartmyart.See more illustrations on iheartmyart. Pasha BumazhniyTo contemplate the duality of light and dark, illustrator Pasha Bumazhniy has created a series of works that feature a dark amorphous creature that only emerges from the background only when contrasted with light garments or the flesh of a human. These creatures playfully recreate the poses used in classical painting and their modern day equivalent. The duality of the visible and invisible seems like a great way to explore our relationship with the world around us, whether it be our concept of beauty or the physical space in which we inhabit, especially in relation to other humans.from the Back to dark roots series, 2015from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the Back to dark roots series, 2015from the PL Reborn series, 2014Untitled, 2015, inspired by the song, Sign of life by Zan!from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the Back to dark roots series, 2015, images posted with permission of the artist. Behance | Facebook | Instagram ______See more on:♥ iheartmyart | facebook | twitter | instagram | flickr | mail list | pntrst | sndcldSee more work by Pasha Bumazhniy on iheartmyart.See more illustrations on iheartmyart. Pasha BumazhniyTo contemplate the duality of light and dark, illustrator Pasha Bumazhniy has created a series of works that feature a dark amorphous creature that only emerges from the background only when contrasted with light garments or the flesh of a human. These creatures playfully recreate the poses used in classical painting and their modern day equivalent. The duality of the visible and invisible seems like a great way to explore our relationship with the world around us, whether it be our concept of beauty or the physical space in which we inhabit, especially in relation to other humans.from the Back to dark roots series, 2015from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the Back to dark roots series, 2015from the PL Reborn series, 2014Untitled, 2015, inspired by the song, Sign of life by Zan!from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the PL Reborn series, 2014from the Back to dark roots series, 2015, images posted with permission of the artist. Behance | Facebook | Instagram ______See more on:♥ iheartmyart | facebook | twitter | instagram | flickr | mail list | pntrst | sndcldSee more work by Pasha Bumazhniy on iheartmyart.See more illustrations on iheartmyart.

Pasha Bumazhniy

To contemplate the duality of light and dark, illustrator Pasha Bumazhniy has created a series of works that feature a dark amorphous creature that only emerges from the background only when contrasted with light garments or the flesh of a human. These creatures playfully recreate the poses used in classical painting and their modern day equivalent. The duality of the visible and invisible seems like a great way to explore our relationship with the world around us, whether it be our concept of beauty or the physical space in which we inhabit, especially in relation to other humans.

  1. from the Back to dark roots series, 2015
  2. from the PL Reborn series, 2014
  3. from the PL Reborn series, 2014
  4. from the Back to dark roots series, 2015
  5. from the PL Reborn series, 2014
  6. Untitled, 2015, inspired by the song, Sign of life by Zan!
  7. from the PL Reborn series, 2014
  8. from the PL Reborn series, 2014
  9. from the Back to dark roots series, 2015, images posted with permission of the artist. 

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