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For the artist, spreading her unorthodox history lessons is not a priority: "I'm not trying to convince people of anything. I just want to make them think and guess and make their own decisions," she says. "They can either read what I think about it, or they can make up their own story."

You don't have to be well-versed in Russian folklore to appreciate this surreal take on childhood classics. Russ Land, a series by photographer Uldus Bakhtiozina, reimagines fairy tales through a very personal lens.

Photo-based artist Uldus Bakhtiozina creates unique vision of Russian fairy tales.Go to Uldus.com.

Photo-based artist Uldus Bakhtiozina creates unique vision of Russian fairy tales.Go to Uldus.com.

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At the beach! She told the seashell her story, whispering every secret her memories held. Then she laid that shell at the ocean's edge and watched the tide pick it up and bring it out to sea. Hopefully, the mermaids will get her message.

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Uldus Bakhtiozina a Russian artists and master of Photography created unique version of Russian fairy tales and history. Pagan Slavic roots and ethno folklore are the focus of her work, true Russian lands in her eyes.

The Zhar-Ptitsa (Firebird), an elusive and majestic creature considered to be the Russian version of the legend of the Phoenix. Slavic Wonderland: Uldus Bakhtiozino - The Mysteries of Old Russian Folk Tales

Photographer and artist Uldus Bakhtiozina's photos treat us to her unique vision of Russian fairy tales. She reinterprets them in her photos by focusing on the pagans roots and ethnography of Russ Land. The artist pays special attention to her ambivalent interpretation of the symbolism hidden in legends and myths.

Russian Artist Creates Surreal Photos To Illustrate Traditional Fairy Tales

Russian Artist Uldus Bakhtiozina Creates Surreal Photos to Illustrate Traditional Fairy Tales

The magic world of colours: Russische Märchen im Blick von Uldus Bakhtiozina Uldus Bakhtiozina self

Wry photos that turn stereotypes upside down; Artist Uldus Bakhtiozina uses photographs to poke fun at societal norms in her native Russia. A glimpse into Russian youth culture and a short, fun reminder not to take ourselves too seriously.

Slavic culture is immense and sometimes contradictory world of folklore, with a large number of linear and horizontal plots, characters, who are strange and paradoxical in their actions, with dual morality, which can be totally lost at some point.   Artist and photographer Uldus Bakhtiozina from St. Petersburg, Russia revamps the image of Russia's best-loved fairy-tale characters and symbols of Russian culture through her photo project, called  RUSS LAND.

Russian Artist Creates Surreal Photos To Illustrate Traditional Fairy Tales (Part 2)

Russian Artist Creates Surreal Photos To Illustrate Traditional Fairy Tales (Part

situations by Maia Flore

Situations by Maia Flore

In Situations, French artist Maia Flore photographs a solitary red figure in a misty atmosphere. The images that are half landscape and half portrait are part of a larger series that will blow you.

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