Burn as One

Smoking has been used in art long before big tobacco, and well before
the anti-smoking movement. In the modern era, the cigarette has come to
symbolize sex and the cigar machismo. Holmes brought pipe smoking to the
intellect and the hookah will forever symbolize the exotic. It's no
coincidence that one rebel after another has had smoking attached to
their image. Non-smokers often use it in their art (no matter whether
models, photographers or painters). The symbolism carried in smoke
simply has no easy replacement. Whether you're FOR smoking or AGAINST
it, this is a space for smoking in the arts.
ejholmes:

Nashville
© 2012 EJHolmes
Pentax K1000 HP5 pushed to 3200
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Audrey Hepburn by *Thubakabra
faeraven:

Grunge filter

Me smoking 

(c) GR photography
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Time Pissing By by *bitterev
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Streetart Berlin - El Bocho by URBAN ARTefakte on Flickr.
Street art by El Bocho, photography by Steffi Reichert
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Gypsy Kiss. by ~Teiiko
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Cigar Man by ~rust2d
fashionmeetsphotography:

Clarice Silva Vitkauskas by Jõao Arraes
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GrindBots: Front Seat by blitzcadet
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Ksenya and Smoke Devil by ~rust2d
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Ms.A#2 by erwintirta
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The Amazing Tattooed Lady by ~Rudeone
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Untitled by NickSachos