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  • David Bechtel

    In this series Love Letters, photographer Jiang Zhi writes passionate and dramatic visual stories of love that are reminiscent of a bygone era. Using alcohol as a flaming agent, Zhi sets various types of flowers and blossoms on fire and photographs them as they burn. He captures the moments of life that emerge both from the flowers as well as the lively flames of the fire.

  • Ken Funaki

    Blossoms Beautifully Engulfed in Flames - My Modern Metropolis

  • IN.EN.DESIGN

    like a fire #photography

  • Katie Quach

    Jiangzhi, burning love letters.

  • Mai K

    Jiang Zhi - Love Letters (2011) #fire #burning #flower #photography

  • Janine Shroff

    Faith is Torment | Art and Design Blog: Love Letters: Flowers Engulfed by Fire by Jiang Zhi

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Love Letters No. 16 by Jiang Zhi (2011)

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It took one million fresh flowers to create this show stopping set for Christian Dior's 2012 couture show!

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Talk about blending into the background. Photographer Wilma Hurskainen and her sister wear clothes that perfectly match their natural surroundings. Whereas we've seen this style done before, never have we seen it done so naturally, almost as if it was all done by accident. They're part of the larger series called No Name which deals with childhood and memory.