Art in itself is magnificent, but when it is created during special holidays almost perfectly fitting special holiday themes, it becomes all the more meaningful and significant. This Christmas season, we bring to you some incredible frosty ice sculptures and snowflakes by Andrew Osokin.
Andrew Osokin is a magnificently talented Russian photographer from the magical city of Moscow, and his beautiful ice images and photos are sure to set the tone this Christmas. As a photographer, Andrew Osokin has perfected his special interest in nature and macro photography, capturing the finer details of Mother Nature in all forms of beauty from dew drops to macro flora and fauna. His style is not limited to the category of nature however, he continues to experiment with various different areas unrestricting himself in the world of photography.
As far as ice structures go, we have all seen those natural magnificent forms of snowflakes, as well as our very own man made manifestations in the forms of snowmen and serene ice sculptures. Andrew Osokin however, presents us a platter of ice forms from a whole new view point. Observing ice was never this fun, let alone other finer things in life and nature. Andrew Osokin need only break out his macro lens and camera and sudden unleashed is a magical universe where all perfection is in the visual representation of ice transformed into art. Andrew Osokin captures and captivates his viewers with the beautifully uncurling and curling ice branches and growing shapes that suggest beautiful and delicate leaves, firms and solid cold water.
Below is Andrew Osokin’s stunning showcase of beautiful and unconventional ice forms and snowflakes, evidence of the unique beauty that is inherent in nature.