‘Key Art’ by Stanislav Aristov proves that all you need is a little imagination

Now and again creative photographers keep on proving us that a stunning picture does not really require high technology but just a spark of imagination. The 36-year-old photographer, Stanislav Aristov has applied the same rule to come up with some very quirky images.

Aristov toys with keys and chalks to bring a breath of fresh air into the lifeless mundane objects. He came up with this unique idea by taking inspiration from the Russian sci-fi novel, Spectrum. The novel was based on a fictional civilization of Key Masters hence the artist chose keys as his subject for the photography.

The imaginative photographer collected all kinds of keys from family and friends as well as from local charity shops. The keys were then portrayed in a variety of ways ranging from rain drops in one image to a key-eyed crab in another.

The artist believes that even the simplest of the objects can help in changing the perception about the world and if you do not buy this statement then the images he creates will definitely make you think twice.


An arrow flies through the air

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An image of a clockface using chalk and keys.

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A crab created using keys and chalk.

Image: Stanislav Aristov / Caters News


A dandelion flower made using chalk and keys.

Image: Stanislav Aristov / Caters News


A decorated egg ornament made using keys and chalk.

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A flower and butterflies made using chalk and keys.

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A flying insect buzzes around a lightblub.

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A key suddenly looks like a guitar using a little chalk.

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A man catches a fish.

Image: Stanislav Aristov / Caters News


A man walking his dog in a park made using chalk and keys.

Image: Stanislav Aristov / Caters News


Musical notes used using chalk and keys.

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People dancing made out of keys.

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A rain cloud drawn using chalk and keys.

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The viewfinder of a camera.

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Violins made using keys and chalk.

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Yin and Yang.

Image: Stanislav Aristov / Caters News

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