These illustrations by Seyman Bukharin prove that much can be done with very little. Bukharin is a groundskeeper at a school in Russia. It is within the school grounds that he has produced these great displays of art by way of a broomstick, providing a little entertainment for the students on particularly snowy days.
The 51-year-old has used brooms to design sail boats, animals and chariots. As the pictures display, audiences marvel at his winter creations. This is no wonder given their detailed contours and shapes, prompting viewers to recognize at once the subjects he depicts.
In addition to forming these pictures, Bukharin also lends his vision to the school's shows by fashioning props. It is thus apparent that he is far more than the groundskeeper.
The Seyman Bukharin Drawings Are Made with Brooms and Snowflakes
Jordy E — May 10, 2014 — Art & Design
References: viralnova & mymodernmet