Molotov Cocktail Artworks

Goodness, gracious, great walls of fire, the amazing portraits of military greats created by lighting a canvas with molotov cocktails. These amazing works really do burn a hole in your minds eye because they are the hi-octane creation of Russian artist Radya Timofey. Together with his team the 23-year-old uses a putty of homemade napalm and oil-based substances to sketch the outlines of fighters from World War II.

Goodness, gracious, great walls of fire, the amazing portraits of military greats created by lighting a canvas with molotov cocktails. These amazing works really do burn a hole in your minds eye because they are the hi-octane creation of Russian artist Radya Timofey. Together with his team the 23-year-old uses a putty of homemade napalm and oil-based substances to sketch the outlines of fighters from World War II.

Goodness, gracious, great walls of fire, the amazing portraits of military greats created by lighting a canvas with molotov cocktails. These amazing works really do burn a hole in your minds eye because they are the hi-octane creation of Russian artist Radya Timofey. Together with his team the 23-year-old uses a putty of homemade napalm and oil-based substances to sketch the outlines of fighters from World War II.

Goodness, gracious, great walls of fire, the amazing portraits of military greats created by lighting a canvas with molotov cocktails. These amazing works really do burn a hole in your minds eye because they are the hi-octane creation of Russian artist Radya Timofey. Together with his team the 23-year-old uses a putty of homemade napalm and oil-based substances to sketch the outlines of fighters from World War II.

Goodness, gracious, great walls of fire, the amazing portraits of military greats created by lighting a canvas with molotov cocktails. These amazing works really do burn a hole in your minds eye because they are the hi-octane creation of Russian artist Radya Timofey. Together with his team the 23-year-old uses a putty of homemade napalm and oil-based substances to sketch the outlines of fighters from World War II.